Manhattan, KS -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/15/2014 -- The Good Deeds contest was open to anyone 18 years of age and under. All they had to do was perform a good deed and describe to Dentistry By Design in a short essay what they did, why they chose to do it, and what happened as a result of their good deed.
Andrew Mortimer, who was selected as the winner, is now the proud owner of a MacBook Air notebook computer, courtesy of Dentistry by Design.
Andrew's essay revolved around his support and charity work for St. Jude Hospital. As an ambassador for the hospital, he participates in many public-speaking events in honor of his younger brother, Brady.
As part of the "Whipping Childhood Cancer Challenge" for the National Walk for St. Jude in Kansas City this weekend, Andrew raised $75.00 by taking whipped pie to the face. He also held a toy drive during his birthday party in memory of his younger brother, Brady. He delivered all the toys to St. Jude Hospital and Ronald McDonald House. He constantly writes to his friends at the hospital and helps put a smile on their faces with his friendship and support. Andrew continues to do many good deeds for the community and St. Jude Hospital.
To continue supporting him in his charity work, Dentistry By Design will be having a toy drive for Andrew's charity organization of choice, St. Jude Hospital. From now through December 22, Dentistry By Design will collect and donate toys for Andrew to deliver to the hospital this Christmas.
The next Good Deeds contest will be held in the spring. Dentistry By Design believes in treating others the way anyone would want to be treated. A positive action creates a chain reaction. They want to recognize and reward accomplishments so that no good deed goes unnoticed.
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