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Happy Birthday, Danielle! We hope you have a wonderful day. For your birthday you requested that fans do a random act of kindness and then share their stories of what they did. We got several stories from fans have done a random act of Kindness. Thank you to everyone who sent theirs into us!
Mar’s Story –
Hi Danielle, I hope you have a wonderful day! <3 My random act of kindness is that sometimes when I have my cousins kids after school I take them and my nephew down to the local store to get ice cream. Also another thing I did was back in October for Rowan’s 14th Birthday I was able to gather her fans and raise $1000 in her name for U.S National Committee for UN Woman. 🙂
BMWSequel Admin Kendra’s Story –
Hey Danielle! I wanted to first wish you a Happy Birthday and hope you enjoy your day. 😊 Back in February when Sabrina released her single Smoke and Fire she was also selling a limited amount of shirts. I bought myself one and then got to talking to a fan who said she really wanted one but couldn’t afford it. I decided to buy her one as well. I sent her the shirt along with some artwork I made soon after her shirt arrived. She was so grateful she cried about the joy it brought her that someone would do that for her.
I noticed a lot of kids in my class were often unprepared for school. When I asked them why, they said their parents don’t care enough to go shopping for school supplies. So, I saved up on my allowance and bought pencils, pens, and notebooks for my classmates so they never get points taken off their grade for being unprepared again. I carry around extra pencils in case someone forgets theirs.
A few weeks ago, I was heading to school in the morning, and I was walking through the shopping centre and at one of the crossings between buildings there was a homeless man. I then went into a store and bought him a bread roll (I didn’t have much money on me), I walked out and went back towards the crossing and gave him the roll. I felt a lot better knowing that he would be able to at least get a little bit of food. It really bothers me, there are all these office people walking past and they have the money, but they don’t offer much or even by food for someone who can’t afford it themselves. I generally hesitate to give money in case they use it for drugs/alcohol/cigarettes, but if I can afford to, I will buy some food.
Donna’s Story –
I work at McDonald’s at there’s always an elderly man who comes in with a walker so I let the man pay and then I tell him to take a seat and I will bring him his food
As I’m sure you all know Danielle’s birthday is right around the corner on May 5th. I spoke to her about wanting to do something with her fans for her birthday and she told me that she would love it/request it that you all do a random act of kindness for someone then tell us about what you did. She would love to read your stories. What we will do is have you either email us your story, comment with it on Facebook, or even tweet us it then compile them into one post for the site and send it to her. The random act of kindness can be anything from opening a door for a stranger, smiling at a child, or tipping your local starbucks barista. We really hope that many of you will take part of this! You can email your stories to: firstname.lastname@example.org The deadline for this project is May 3rd! We hope to hear from all of you!
Season 2 of Girl Meets World is now streaming on Netflix!! Sit back and re-watch an incredible season of growth. Whether your binge watch or watch an episode a day. Take in the growth the characters make from season 1 to season 2.
USMagazine.com interviewed Danielle about family shows (Girl Meets World, Fuller House, Gilmore Girls) that are being revived and her movie “Boiling Pot” that you can rent or purchase online here: http://www.boilingpotmovie.com/
On family shows being revived:
“I do think there was an age of television back in the ‘90s that was a little bit more wholesome,” Fishel, 34, tells Us. “I think society has reached a point where they are tired of seeing the disgustingness that they’re seeing on television. They’re craving television that they felt comfortable [with] and they felt okay laughing at and watching and being with their kids. And they didn’t feel like you needed to change the channel if your grandparent was in the room.”
“I think it’s great,” Fishel adds to Us. “I think the more wholesome things that come back to television, the better off we’ll be.”
On her movie “Boiling Pot”:
US WEEKLY: What drew you to this film?
DANIELLE FISHEL: I really couldn’t believe that the things that I was reading within the script were actually true events that had taken place. . .within the last 10 years.
Obsev.com interviewed Danielle about her new movie “Boiling Pot”. She talked about the movie, who kept her grounded and the main key points to being successful in the movie industry. You can watch the trailer and rent/purchase the movie in the following locations: iTunes, Google Play, Amazon Video, Vudu, Xbox/Microsoft, MGO, Time Warner Cable, Charter and Comcast Xfinity. Go to http://www.boilingpotmovie.com for links to watch the movie.
The description of the movie:
On a college campus in modern America, ideas that have long been neglected as “issues of the past” emerge as racial tensions and frictions grow between different student groups.
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