See below Karma Lists of nice things that can be done to earn Karma Credits from our community. Feel free to add yours below! Jack McDermott:
Send a political article you find interesting: 2 Karma Credits Send a motivating message to help them work out: 1 Karma Credit Donate to a cancer charity: 1 Karma Credit per dollar donated
Kell Diggs: Donate to food banks! They are in desperate need during this time. I already donated $100 which I am told will feed 10 families. A lot of them are currently running their Spring fund raisers and because of social distancing are having issues raising money. Churches are also in need, With everyone on quarantine they cannot raise as much money through the collection plate. A lot of churches are setting up online donations. Many of these churches offer homeless shelters to get the homeless off the streets when they should be quarantined without having to go to jail just because they have nowhere to live. And the most basic of ways, see a need, fill a need. Your human family needs you, now more than ever!
Daniel Durrant: Follow the Forest Carbon Coalition (@forestcarboncoalition) on Instagram for +1 Karma Credit. This non-profit needs followers to show their funders that people care about forests, particularly when it comes to how trees sequester carbon and are essential to reducing climate change. It’s a good cause I care about because here in Oregon logging is a big business that needs to be as eco-friendly as possible. That’s where FCC’s goals come into play. https://forestcarboncoalition.org/our-goals/
Sherry Kirchoff: Pick up groceries/shopping for someone in need - 1 Karma Credit per hour + 1 Karma Credit per dollar spent out of pocket Babysitting or Pet Sitting - 1 Karma Point per hour per child and Pet + 1 Karma Credit per dollar spent out of pocket
Michael Josefowicz: 73 years old, Based in New York I want to find a book designer. I don’t know the right price. that can be set by the book designer. The project is twofold. The first part is creating 24 page “books” with technical manuals on agriculture for the villages I work with in Burundi, Uganda, Malawi, Zamiba and Cameroon. The long term project is design for what I am provisionally calling the SDG Digest. It will be the size and feel of Reader’s Digest. There will be 17 sections for each SDG. In each section will be stories from the ground in Africa and the rich countries of people whose work is aligned with one specific SDG. To learn more about what I am doing, you can check out Printernet Patreon. https://www.patreon.com/Printernet All the work of the “Printernet” is done in asynch time using FB + twitter - DM. There are no deadlines as I can’t predict now when we will be ready to launch.
I'll give 5 Karma Credits for anyone who will facilitate getting a teenager to volunteer to mow a lawn for an elder who is having trouble getting out to do it.