As we reflect on the last year or so of lifestyles changed by the realities of a global pandemic, we know that despite all the focus on negative news, there have been many positive moments, little acts of kindness that may appear to go unnoticed, but have a quiet ripple effect.
In Community Challenge 34, we challenge you to share one positive thing you’ve done in 2020 or 2021 to make the world a little better place. Don’t like to toot your own horn? Tell us one thing someone you know has done, instead.
- Keep it “rated G”, please. Moderation will be swift and final. The moderator is a prude.
- Submit only your own, original content.
- By submitting your entry in our challenge, you understand that the entry is publicly visible and you permit Republic Wireless to use the entry content on our website, social media, advertising, or elsewhere.
- No photos of people. Any identifiable photos of people will be deleted. Moderation on this matter will be final.
- One entry per person.
- Reply in this topic by 11:59 p.m. PT on
6/6/216/13/21 telling us something you have done (or something someone you know has done) this last year, to make the world a little better place.
- Fill out this prize fulfillment form
This is a two-way challenge. While we’re challenging you to share your story in our Community, Southpaw’s challenge is to clean out the Community Treasure Chest! The Treasure Chest is full of overstock phone accessories from our online store. Some are returns, and the packaging may show some evidence of their previous travels, but all are in good shape and just need to find a phone owner who will put them to good use. (The prize fulfillment form will help us make sure we send you a prize that’s suitable for your phone, so please fill out the details carefully.) The Treasure Chest is also brimming with swag items that would be much happier in your hands than tucked away in our office.
We’ll pick at least three winners each day of the challenge (as long as we have enough entries to do so), so everyone has an excellent chance of winning a prize.