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  • Elizabeth Lau

    Going with the theme of giving back, there is this new sock company called Conscious Step, and they give back with every pair purchased. It works similar to TOMS shoes, and currently there is a specific sock design that will provide 3 food packs to malnurished children when a pair is purchased. They've made something so mundane as buying socks meaningful and inspirational.
    http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/conscious-step-socks-that-solve-social-problems--2

  • Exposure BBC

    Good deeds are done by everyone, not just the wealthy. We should evaluate our own actions and determine what and how we are helping those who are in need.

  • Mark Gilliland

    If you make $10-million plus a year, it should be a legal requirement that you donate at least $1-million to charity.

  • Alexandra Lee Norman

    Anyone can encourage giving to charity rather than buying jocks and socks. In agreement with mbrenman.

  • mbrenman

    Perhaps these football players could contribute some of their giant salaries to buying food for the hungry.