“Goodness never fails to receive its reward, for goodness makes life a blessing.”

“Goodness never fails to receive its reward, for goodness makes life a blessing.”
– Mary Baker Eddy

Goodness is rewarded with an internal prize.


It’s the feeling of having done the right thing.

Your goodness to others is a blessing to others, and for yourself.

Do the right thing, be good, and receive the reward of a peaceful life filled with loving friends.

Thinking of you,



2 thoughts on ““Goodness never fails to receive its reward, for goodness makes life a blessing.”

    1. Pamela Hawley Post author

      Dear Hurricane, what a great name! That reminds me of you taking the world by storm! 🙂 And I hope you do, on behalf of good for our world.

      I am so glad you enjoy Living and Giving (https://pamelahawley.wordpress.com/). I hope you sign up for our daily feed as that will help you be even more engaged, simply enter your email address in the field on the blogs sidebar!

      We hope to provide a smart, and loving source of knowledge to help people live more positive, giving lives. And that is clearly you!

      Much Giving!


      Background on UniversalGiving

      UniversalGiving™ is an award-winning nonprofit allowing people to donate and volunteer with top performing, vetted organizations all over the world. 100% goes direct to the cause. All organizations are vetted with a proprietary Quality Model™. UniversalGiving has been featured on the homepage of BusinessWeek, Oprah.com, CBS, The Wall Street Journal, and The New York Times. We’ve won the Jefferson Award (the Nobel Prize in Community Service) and have been invited to three Social Innovation events at the White House. CEO Pamela Hawley was a finalist for Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year Award, and is an Expert Blogger for Fast Company and CSRWire. UniversalGiving has been rated a Top Nonprofit by Great Nonprofits.

      UniversalGiving Corporate helps manage global CSR for companies, including the strategy, operations and NGO Vetting. Our goal is to help companies scale their Philanthropy and Volunteer programs, both locally and all over the world. We customize our services for clients, emphasizing high levels of innovation and client service. Key clients include Cisco, Gap, BHP Billiton, Fluor, Sabre, RSF Social Finance, Symantec and inovia.

      One of our key services is NGO Vetting. Our proprietary Quality Model™ ranges from 6 to 24 stages, and continues to evolve. Our Quality Model was developed in house, based on UniversalGiving’s global insights and Fortune 500 client requests. It ensures that companies and their global workforce engage with trusted, top-performing projects and NGOs all over the world – and that we save our clients costs and time. Two additional services include Equivalency Determination and Disbursements.

      Our Vision is to “Create a World Where Giving and Volunteering Are a Natural Part of Everyday Life.”™

      Connect with us:
      Facebook: UniversalGiving and CEO Pamela Hawley
      Twitter: @UniversalGiving and @PamelaHawley
      LinkedIn: UniversalGiving Page and Pamela Hawley
      Blogs: Living and Giving (CEO blog) and PhilanthroPost (team blog)

      About UniversalGiving
      About UniversalGiving Corporate
      UniversalGiving on CBS
      UniversalGiving in BusinessWeek
      Pamela’s Bio
      Pamela in HubStories

      More stories about Pamela’s journey from her blog:
      To Be of Service
      Moving from Entrepreneur to Social Entrepreneur
      Sometimes You Have to Start and Stop to Succeed

      Background Videos:
      Watch our video giving an overview of UniversalGiving
      Watch Pamela share her story, and how she was led to found UniversalGiving
      Watch Pamela discuss different meanings of philanthropy



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