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Justin Timberlake Honors 88-Year-Old Fan 'Nammie' During His Orlando Concert: 'I Love You'

A post shared by Sarah Watson (@sarahannewatson) on Mar 31, 2018 at 3:46pm PDT     Justin Timberlake gave one of his biggest fans the “best night ever” on Monday. While performing his Man of the Woods Tour at the Amway Center in Orlando, Florida, the 37-year-old “Can’t Stop the Feeling” singer shouted out 88-year-old Bette “Nammie” Maloney — telling her, “I love you.”  Back in March, an Instagram video of Nammie receiving tickets to see Timberlake went viral, with a shocked Maloney asking her granddaughter Sarah Watson, “Is this for real? For real, real?” “I’ve been trying to figure out how to save money to go,” she said, tearing up. “I’m going to Justin Timberlake!”  She got to do even more on Monday. Not only...

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May project: MOM DAY!

The beginning of the year, we decided to make the Good Human Campaign more about spreading love in person and less about selling shirts! Each month we have set out to make people smile. No matter how small the gesture, we did what we could to put out some positive energy into the universe! This month was dedicated to moms! A few years ago, we gathered a group of girls and bought 2 dozen cupcakes and visited a local beauty shop and passed them out to moms. It was a HIT so we decided to try it again!   A great friend of ours, Vee at "L.O.Vee My Cupcakes" donated 3 dozen beautiful cupcakes for us to pass out. We LOVEE...

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Many forgot about Flint, but he did not.

Remember when the WORLD talked about Flint, MI.? Remember when EVERYONE wanted to help? When we found out Flint, MI. residents did not have access to clean water, we all came together and did what we could to help! From small communities to A-List celebs, everyone was inspired to help! The crisis was all over social media. Not so much television media attention..... Most news outlets mentioned it, but like many other tragedies that hit urban communities, it only gets a little airtime, then slowly but surely, people forget, move on with their lives, jump on the next trend and the tragedy is no longer thought about. That's what happened in Flint. The crisis was brought to our attention in 2014. Yea,...

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Waffle House shooting hero James Shaw Jr. raises over $200,000 for victims

As many of you know, we are from Nashville! So, of course, this story hits really close to home for us! On April 22, a gunman opened fire using an AR-15 assault rifle killing 4 innocent victims and injuring 2 more. James Shaw Jr. was the amazing human that risked his life to stop the gunman. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE   Shortly after, James went to social media asking for people to donate to help the victims families. He set a goal for  $15,000 and as of now, his goal has been far surpassed and is currently at $213,781. James is not only a local hero, but is an amazing HUMAN.

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$100 RAISED for Nigerian Orphanage!!! Thank You!

Thank You to EVERYONE that purchased from our RBG Collection!! These shirts were only available for a limited time and we were able to raise $100 through the Good Humans that purchased the tees! We are excited to make this donation to the GoFundMe page dedicated to helping the Children of Naija. To read more, CLICK HERE. Thank you to everyone that made this possible! We look forward to Next months Purchase with a Purpose fundraiser!

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