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“Goal to be Greater” is your pledge to make a difference in your community. Together with Pearson, we donated $5,000 to the World Food Program USA thanks to one family’s creative goal. While the initial charitable donation portion is now closed, we still encourage you to leave your goal below. Together, we can all make a difference.
TODAY Show's Savannah Guthrie shares how she's making a difference, and setting an example, this year.
"Our #GoalToBeGreater is to donate 20,000 books to schools, hospitals, libraries and other charities by February 2017. We are halfway there! We started read.repeat. two months ago and we've already donated 10,221 books!"
"My goal is to become a high school math teacher and start a prevention club to teach students about how to make positive changes in their community and in themselves by being leaders and living an alcohol, tobacco, and other drug free lifestyle."
Did you know: on average, people spend 5 hours trying to take the perfect selfie? My new campaign called #BeSelfless is a twist on the selfie, challenging YOU to take pictures not of yourself but people doing kind and compassionate things for others and tagging it with #BeSelfless.
"My goal is to become a more active runner through Team World Vision, this charity brings fresh and clean water to those in need around the world. Through training I use an app called Charity Miles with this app my training helps other charities and therefore other people around the community and around the world!"
"For the second year in a row, I have signed up with my college, University of Alabama, to be a mentor to a student. I want to be more present for my mentee and get them inspired to follow their dreams!"
A good charity to donate to would be dEBra of America. The dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa research association of America is dedicated to helping butterfly children and their families, as well as searching for a cure for this painful disease. Personally I am not affected with this disease, but 1 in every 20,000 live births in the U.S are. Currently there is no cure or treatment.
I want to inspire people of all ages (especially my two daughters!) to be who the are. This means wearing the clothes that they're comfortable in, pursuing things that interest THEM even if it's not a popular pursuit, and having the utmost confidence in themselves.