The Honor Good Deeds Mission
Justin is a 17 year old student with Tourette Syndrome, ADHD and dysgraphia which is a fine motor skills disorder resulting in an inability to write legibly. He has learned to embrace his differences and acknowledge others’ difficulty in practicing tolerance when they don’t understand his differences. He harbors no anger from his own trying experiences, only a dedication to empower those with differences and convert those practicing intolerance. He speaks directly to the students, as one of them, as someone who feels for you even if you are inclined to make fun of his tics. He has been successful in reaching even the most troubled student.
The Tolerance Fair is an event that inspires people to find communities for belonging, create passion that provides self worth, and live loud.
The Tolerance Fair Leadership Academy exposes students to activities and practices that result in personal development of leadership and tolerance.
Honor Good Deeds offers several speakers that address a variety of topics. Our audiences have included schools, clubs, special events, corporations, etc.
Good Deeds Matter
Good Deeds Matter creates a visual representation of individual acts of kindness put together to encourage people to pass it on.
The resource center enables you access to a wealth of information on organizations that are in our network. Each has a name and contact information of a real person. Our library of interesting articles, videos and more will be coming soon!