#FeedTheDeed Puts A Positive Spin On The Wildly Popular And Deadly Internet Drinking Game #NekNominations.

Image of homeless man and his dog.

Social media has tremendous global reach and kindness is contagious. Together, they form the foundation for the #FeedTheDeed Movement. After watching this Youtube video, Josh Stern caught a vision for replicating the popular (and lethal) internet drinking game #NekNominations, but with a positive twist. In February of 2014, he created the hashtag #FeedTheDeed and partnered with Kindness Counts to start a global social media movement for good.


Instead of challenging your friends to outdo your alcohol consumption, as in Neknominations, the purpose of #FeedTheDeed is to challenge your friends to outdo your acts of kindness. To participate, all you need to do is perform a good deed for someone, document it, and challenge a friend or family member via social media using the hashtag #FeedTheDeed. Simple idea that could have a global impact.

Here’s Josh explaining and demonstrating #FeedTheDeed:


Want to be happier in just 5 minutes a day? Sign up for Morning Smile and join over 455,000+ people who start each day with good news.