Tweet Your Goody Awards
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You can immediately start tweeting 3 types of Goody Awards using the Tweet box above or go to Twitter to tweet social good thank yous:
1. Good Deed Goodys let you recognize someone who did a good deed.
2. Hero Goodys can be given to an individual who does something extraordinary.
3. Team Goodys let you recognize a group or organization that does something great.
To make your Goody Awards Shout Out count, include these things in your tweet:
Your Type of Award – #GoodDeedGoody, #HeroGoody, or #TeamGoodyAnd your
WHY (this is your personalized message)
To help you get started in seconds, below are 3 examples of Goody Awards. Simply copy and paste these examples into Twitter and change the @username and message OR Tweet an award using the Goody Awards Twitter Box on GoodyAwards.com and this Give Goodys page:
Goody Awards Examples
Shout Out @zizquark for a #GoodDeedGoody #GoodyAwards for pushing me to go to #SXSW
Shout Out @MusicSavesLives for a #HeroGoody #GoodyAwards for campaigns that encouraging people to donate blood.
Shout Out @DigitalLA for a #TeamGoody #GoodyAwards for hosting an awesome #SXSW party!
If you’re looking for more examples of the Goody Awards, below are some ideas. Don’t get too hung up on the details. Tweet a thank you to recognize your friends, family and teams doing social good.
1. Good Deed Goodys can be given at any time to someone or an organization that does a good deed to help you. The #GoodDeedGoody Awards have great social good value and might include:
– Took you to lunch
– Gave great advice for a new website
– Brought you soup when sick
– Volunteered to work at an event
– Babysat for your kids so the parents could have a date night
2. Hero Goodys are for anyone who does something extraordinary to help you or others. The #HeroGoody Winners may have put in a lot of volunteer time, and your Social Good Shout Out is much bigger than saying thank you for help with homework! A #HeroGoody might include:
– Organized a fundraiser for a charity organization
– Raised money for a charity
– Published a book for a good cause
– Long-term volunteer work for a good cause
– Taught you how to build a website
– Coached you how to do something (karate, painting, play an instrument)
3. Team Goody – Team Goodys are similar to Hero Goodys, but recognize an organization or group versus an individual. A #TeamGoody might include:
– Organized a fundraiser for charity
– Collectively raised money for a charity
– Started a new company
– Volunteered as a company to support an event or cause
– Achieved a team goal that went above and beyond expectations.
– Hosted a great event that expanded your world.