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By Syann on 10/5/2018 10:35 AM
One of TrikleTrade’s best pay it forward stories were initiated by children. In 2012, a nonprofit for girls called The Girls Way posted a pay it forward request on the TrikleTrade platform for a computer. Another anonymous TrikleTrade member responded to their post by donating a laptop a week later.
By Douglas Goddard on 2/6/2018 4:49 AM
Daniel Sadler is a tow truck driver who works at All Over Towing in Kernersville, North Carolina. The idea to give back to homeless community members of Kernersville came to him one evening after watching the news. The weather was predicted to drop to 10 degrees that night.
By Douglas Goddard on 1/8/2018 10:15 AM
A socially responsible company embraces the overall social good of their community instead of solely focusing on maximum profits. A company with a social mission has an intent to create healthy environments by giving back in a way that compliments their business.
By Syann on 11/29/2017 1:06 PM
A ‘sharing economy’ (or collaborative consumption) is a person-to-person-based sharing of goods and services, stressing access to sharing, swapping, and trading over ownership.  As a society, we are reinventing not only what we consume, but also how we consume. 
By Syann on 11/29/2017 12:54 PM
“No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted.” Aesop
By Douglas Goddard on 10/30/2017 12:49 AM

As an at-risk youth, Joe Roberts the CEO of Mindware Design, began his journey as a homeless 19 year-old pushing a shopping cart around on the streets, collecting bottles to pay for his drug dependency. 

By Douglas Goddard on 10/5/2017 3:28 AM
A child pays it forward to a soldier
By Douglas Goddard on 9/9/2017 1:34 AM
Killing Kilimanjaro, Vern Jones and his family successfully scaled the 4,900-meter mountain in Tanzania, Africa with a little help from a local guide.
By Douglas Goddard on 8/25/2017 2:26 AM
When we think of random acts of kindness we often think of individuals stepping up to help other individuals in our neighborhood. 
By Douglas Goddard on 8/25/2017 2:20 AM
Random acts of kindness can happen at any moment a person decides to seize the opportunity.