The Peyton Anderson Foundation is celebrating 30 years of philanthropy in Macon in a big way. On Monday, the foundation launched a community contest to be "a good doer" with 30 days of service and community engagement.
They made 20 recommendations on how you can get involved.
They include donating soap, shampoo, or disposable razors to homeless shelters like the Salvation Army. Also on the list is visiting the Ocmulgee National Monument, donating clothes to Goodwill, or visiting the library.
Karen Lambert, president of the organization, says the challenge is meant to encourage the community to be a "good doer," something their founder swore by.
Three of the completed entries will be randomly selected to receive $3,000 to give to a charity of their choice.
One of those three winners will also be selected for a bonus charitable prize.
To participate in the Peyton Anderson Foundation 30-Day Challenge, a completed entry and signed pledge must be received by the Foundation before August 1.