Disclosure: Thank you to Warner Bros. for sponsoring this post. Scooby-Doo and the Mystery Inc. Gang have teamed up with generationOn, the youth family division of Points of Light, to inspire, equip and mobilize kids, parents and Scooby-Doo fans to create meaningful change in their communities.
It feels good to do good for our community, especially when you get your kids involved. It gives them a sense of pride for their environment and inspires them to continue to do more. And how to help your community is no longer a mystery!
Thanks to Scooby-Doo and the Mystery Inc. Gang, along with generationOn – they are on a mission to get kids, parents and fans to #DooGood (unique link)! They are leading the charge in taking the “mystery” out of helping the environment and are lending a hand (and paw) to protect our earth.
Together, there’s no issue we can’t solve.
Caiden and I had the opportunity to help kick-off the #DooGood campaign this April. It was an eventful day filled with surprises. We had a lovely breakfast at Olive & Thyme, then hopped onto the Mystery Machine (Zoink!) to unmask good in our community! During the drive towards our mystery project, the kids had so much fun shouting guesses as to where we were headed to and playing trivia games. Once we got to our mystery location – an elementary school here in Los Angeles…we were greeted by Scooby-Doo!
Our mystery project – help build an edible garden with EnrichLA for the students of Mid City’s Prescott Magnet! School-based gardens are so beneficial for both the community and environment. I had such an amazing experience with Caiden and I couldn’t be more proud of him. Our brown thumbs learned the entire process of creating an edible garden…and now our thumbs are green! It was inspiring to see all the kids working hard, having fun and doing good together.
When there’s good to be done, we meddle!
The #DooGood event has inspired Caiden to be a positive change and continue to join Scooby-Doo and the Mystery Inc. Gang in helping solve the world’s environmental challenges with local action. But there’s only one piece of the puzzle missing – you! By visiting (url link) you can also get started in your community.
Disclosure: I was selected by Warner Bros. to participate in the Doo Good Campaign. The content and opinions expressed here are my own.