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Energizer Canada & Evergreen’s "Do Something Little, Help Something Big"

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Evergreen is a not-for-profit organization that is committed to making Canadian cities greater and more liveable… creating a more sustainable future for all of us. Energizer Canada has teamed up with Evergreen on their “Do Something Little, Help Something Big” initiative.

Energizer is proud to contribute $100,000 to Evergreen to make cities more liveable.

You can help make that amount larger. Make a pledge to perform kind acts that make positive energy.  Pledge at least three things and Energizer will donate an additional $1 to Evergreen.

I’ve made the pledge to the following Kind Acts:


  1. I will tell my kids how much I love them.
  2. I will greet a person in the elevator.
  3. I will donate clothes to charity.
  4. I will smile or say a kind word to create more positive energy around me.
  5. I will do my laundry during off-peak hours.

In reality I already do most of those and some others I didn’t include but I pledge to do them more! May I ask that you consider pledging some of the ones that aren’t about the environment? You may think greeting a person in an elevator is easy and no big deal but a smile or hello goes a long way. Have you ever seen the movie Pay it Forward? If not you should. I make a point of saying hello, smiling or nodding to every person I pass in an elevator or on the street.

Make sure you pledge your kind acts!

NOTE: It didn’t work for me in Firefox. I had to use IE. If pledge counter is showing no numbers, then the form won’t work and you will need to use a different browser.

Disclosure – I am participating in the Energizer Canada and Evergreen “Do Something Little, Help Something Big” program by Mom Central Canada on behalf of Energizer Canada and Evergreen. I received compensation as a thank you for my participation. The opinions on this blog are my own.

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