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: Helping Troop 327

Troop 327 from Mill Creek/Bothell had all of their camping equipment stolen just before they start their training for a big summer excursion. If you have any extra camping equipment laying around, they could sure use your help! You can find them on Facebook: Troop 327 Or donate on their website: Troop 327 Listen here!

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Doin’ Good: A 14-year old gets a big surprise!

Erin’s 14 year-old son, Braeden has been home for the better part of a year battling an auto-immune disorder and the two of them spent many Monday nights watching the Bachelor. Now that Braeden is feeling a bit better, Erin wanted to surprise him with tickets to our Most Dramatic Bachelor Bash Ever at Safeco Field! Listen here!

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Doin’ Good: Boxer rescue

Must Luv Boxer Rescue is rescuing, fostering and finding homes for boxers and they were picked as your favorite charity! We got to call and give them a much needed $1000! Check out how you can help: Facebook: Must Luv Boxers Website: Must Love Boxers Rescue Listen here!

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Doin’ Good: Meet Bretton, a 16 year-old cancer survivor

Bretton is a 16-year old hockey player and cancer survivor. Because of his cancer, Bretton had a leg amputated and was able to actually skate out onto the ice at this year’s Seattle Thunderbirds Hockey Challenge. He was the honorary captain and got to drop the puck before the T Birds and Silvertips played. Bretton and his mom Cara shared …

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Doin’ Good: Little Leaguers equipment stolen

Little Leaguers need our help! The North Snohomish Little League is reeling after their equipment was stolen from a locked storage unit over the weekend. The league has 35 teams and 325 kids ages 4-16 who were relying on that equipment as they head into the 2018 season. That equipment was brand new and had been donated by the Mariners …

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Little Leaguers need our help!

The North Snohomish Little League is reeling after their equipment was stolen from a locked storage unit over the weekend. The league has 35 teams and 325 kids ages 4-16 who were relying on that equipment as they head into the 2018 season. That equipment was brand new and had been donated by the Mariners and Scott’s at the end …

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