We try to make our listeners smile every morning and it’s our goal in 2018, to bring smiles to those who could use a little help. It’s more important than ever that we all come together to lift each other up and spread the love. If you know someone that could use a little extra love, let us know! Do you know someone Doin’ Good? Or maybe you’ve been out Doin’ Good yourself! We want to hear it all. Email us at allanandashleydoingood@warm1069.com!

Doin Good – Nick & Pam

We got an email from listener Pam who wanted to recognize Nick for all that he does to help out her and husband, John: I want to tell you about a Godsend in our lives.  His name is Nick Peak and he is one of those silent guys that is completely genuine. In May of 2014 my husband, John, became …

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Doin Good -Blizzard Prom

The Forest Lake Fire & Rescue is Doin’ Good! They opened their doors for Minnesota teens on Prom day after a blizzard struck. The Prom-goers were able to come in and take amazing photos before finding out their dance was actually cancelled because of the weather!  We spoke with Abbigael Evans who let us share her fantastic photos! https://www.facebook.com/Warm1069/inbox/?selected_item_id=1894067793960053

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Doin Good – Ed & Diana

Cascade Bicycle Club is Doin’ Good. Allan continues his training for the STP (#Redemption2018) this weekend with the Ride for Major Taylor. The ride starts in White Center, going 60 miles through Tacoma and Vashon Island, taking two ferries in the process! All aboard! The ride benefits the Major Taylor Project, helping kids in inner city schools gain an appreciation …

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Doin Good – Bus Driver Braids

Tracy Dean is Doin’ Good. Tracy is a school bus driver in Utah who is going above and beyond to help an 11-year old girl whose mom just died. Isabella’s Dad, Phillip was doing everything for his daughter after her mother passed away, but he could not do her hair… and that’s when Tracy stepped in. https://www.today.com/style/bus-driver-braids-little-girl-s-hair-every-morning-her-t126429 Listen here!

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Doin Good – Girl Scout Cookies

Boise Firefighters are Doin’ Good!  After a recent accident, dozens of boxes of Girl Scout cookies were scattered across a local freeway and unable to be sold. The firefighters came together to raise the money to make up for what the girls lost an presented them with a check! We talked to Fire Chief Gervais about his department! https://www.facebook.com/GirlScoutsofSilverSage/posts/10156248858848571

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Doin Good – Jordan Miller

Jordan Miller’s stepfather is battling Stage 4 lung cancer and Jordan wanted to make one of his dreams come true. She took to social media to see if she could fulfill her Dad’s wish to meet his favorite golfer, Tiger Woods and boy, did she come through! https://twitter.com/jordsierra27

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Doin Good – Teddy Bear Donation

April is Teddy Bear Patrol Month!!  The annual drive puts teddy bears in the hands of community police departments, hospitals and emergency response teams so they may give the bears to children involved in challenging situations.  During last year’s drive, more than 19,000 bears were delivered thanks to this incredible cause, a 90% increase in bears donated from the previous …

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Doin Good – This Week

Let’s take a look back on the past week… Monday we spoke with a mom of a child who attends a special education school in the Seattle area who made a massive donation….. Bellingham Police Officers are Doin’ Good.  Officer Borgo and his partner responded to a call about young Levi’s bike being stolen.  Levi is autistic and was very …

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Doin Good – Lindsey Schwartz

Last week we spoke with Jenny McCoy, director and founder of the Tukwila Weekend SnackPack after their van was stolen. Luckily, the Seatac Police came to the rescue and found the van and the SnackPack program was back up and running. Lindsey Schwartz from Schwartz Brothers heard the story and appreciates the work Jenny and her volunteers are doing to …

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Doin Good – Bellingham Police

A pair of Bellingham Police officers responded to a child “in extreme distress,” according to a Facebook post by the Bellingham Police Department, and probably made a friend for life, in the process.  Officer Clark Bourgault and Officer Mark Litovchenko received a call from Kelly Martinez, mother of 6-year-old Levi Martinez, who has autism. Levi’s bike had been stolen three …

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