We Asked You to Send a Postcard to a Stranger. Here’s What You Came Up With.

Last week, you helped prove that there are lots of little ways to change your world. #100StartsWith1

It sounds like a lot of work to try to “make the world a better place.” But last week, you helped prove that there are plenty of little ways to change your world. After artist Hunter Franks challenged GOOD’s community to send postcards about their neighborhoods to strangers, more than a hundred of you went for it, and we had a great time checking out your contributions.

Click through the slideshow to see a few of our favorites, and if you haven’t already, find out how to download, print, and send your own to someone you don’t know.


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