From swim team food drives to neighborhood sandwich-making, one family helps to spread the good.
Be The Good is 100% volunteer-run by individuals. families, teams, troops, and organizations with a heart for feeding our neighbors. Here's Robyn's story.
“My involvement in Be The Good started in 2020 when our Cadette Girl Scout troop gloved and masked up to make our first batch of 200 sandwiches," said Robyn Jones.
"We were thankful to have the mission of Be The Good as a reason to bring these rising 7th grade girls together safely and give back during the pandemic."
“Our troop continued to be involved in collecting for and filling holiday bags. I also helped spread the word about Be The Good to local neighbors by filling holiday bags on our street. And I spearheaded collections of free pantry dry goods from the Riverside Gardens Swim Team and local Girl Scout Service Unit 53-3 at our Taste of Camping event!”