This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of UPS. All opinions are 100% mine.

Earlier this week I shared an amazing campaign that UPS has created, #WishesDelivered.  This initiative is making wishes a reality for people in need during the holiday season.
People like Mr. Brown, who has been working to help people around the world his entire adult life.  From putting books in the hands of children in Africa, to the White House, he works for the greater good of the world, and UPS delivered his wish!
Also meet the ladies of Handmade Especially For You, these women knit scarves and donate them to battered women.  Bringing comfort, peace, and new beginnings to victims of domestic violence.  UPS delivered their wish too!
How can we help?
Share a Wish Story!  Think about a person in your community that is making wishes come true and making the world a better place.  Then visit the UPS #WishesDelivered and tell UPS about how this person is making a difference.
Share a Wish For Good!  Post your own wish for the greater good on Instagram or Twitter using the hashtag #WishesDelivered #WishesDelivered Site between November 10th and January 1, 2016.
For each wish story shared with the hashtag #WishesDelivered, UPS will donate $1 to one of their charity partners! They are donating up to $150,000, that is a lot of wishes granted!
A Wish Story from My Community:
Earlier this week I also shared with you my wish for the greater good, I wish everyone would have a bed to sleep in this winter, food in their stomachs and a roof over their head.  No family should have to wonder where their next meal will come from or where they will sleep each night, especially during the holiday season.
Today I’d like to share with you a Wish Story about a man in my community who makes a difference not only in our town or state but nation wide, every single day!  
Billy ‘Inkslinger’ Pfaff founded Heroin is Killing My Town, and 
through this initiative Billy has become a miracle to countless individuals.
  He goes out into the areas unseen by most and makes a difference.  You can follow his mission on the “Heroin is Killing My Town” Facebook page, and watch as he goes into wooded areas where he knows the homeless are living in tents and brings sleeping bags and food.  He goes under bridges that are littered with needles and offers help with an open heart.  He finds beds for people who need rehab and gets total strangers they help they need.  He saves lives everyday with a passion unlike anything I’ve ever seen before.
 These people are making incredible steps to change the world for the greater good, now lets help!  Join me and lets get our stories and wishes shared, What’s your wish?

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