People have been doing good deeds throughout the holiday season thanks to a social media campaign launched in Toronto. From left, a woman finds out her lunch has been paid for anonymously, a woman gets ready to go shopping for a local foodbank, and and nice greeting card attached to a car window. (YouTube/Instagram)
People across North America have been handing out cookies, sticking hand-drawn holiday cards on windshields and helping the homeless — all thanks to a Toronto-born social media challenge.
Dekel Katzav, who runs the Motivated 2 Be Great social media accounts, started the #dogoodbegreat challenge during the holiday season to ask his thousands of followers to do something good for others.
Katzav said he was happy to provide the spark.
“People want to do …