Everyday Hero Nominations

In This World, There are Heroes Among Us, and They Give Me Hope

It is my belief that we should be the change we wish to see in the world. People say they have lost hope in humanity and at times I understand where they are coming from... especially when I turn on the news and see another tragic story of death, heart ache, and chaos. However, I believe we can choose to focus on the positive and be inspired by the heroic behavior we see in those around us.  For the next few weeks, I'd like to focus on true stories where people have reached out to help strangers, loved ones, and sacrificed their own wishes for those of someone less fortunate.

If you know someone who lives selflessly, continuously gives to and reaches out to their community, is seen as a pillar of hope and inspiration, (whether they have touched you personally or you have seen them make a difference in the life of another), please tell us about them! We are accepting nominations and true stories of real life 'Everyday Heroes' and will be choosing six winners on Friday May 4, 2012. The heroes will be receiving a Phoenix Jones, Purple Reign, or Rain City Superhero T-shirt of their choice. We will also honor one of the selected heroes at the upcoming Healing Reign Music Benefit & Auction, giving them an honorary title in the Rain City Superhero Movement. 

  • Send an email with subject line 'Everyday Hero Nomination' to PurpleReignCampaign@gmail.com or through the contact form 
  • Include a brief story and introduction of the hero you are nominating sharing their heroic behavior
  • Include contact info for yourself and your hero
  • No limit on the number of nominations you can submit
  • Deadline to enter is Friday May 4, 2012 at 3:00pm PST

Everyday Heroes of The Purple Reign Campaign


UPDATE: Heroes have been announced and can be found by clicking here



I was suggested this blog by my cousin. I'm not sure whether this post is written by him as nobody else know such detailed about my difficulty. You are wonderful! Thanks! Janine

I may have been a hero a few times like when i was in first grade we were eating lunch then my friend will spilled milk on his pants and everyone started laughing out loud then i came out and stood up for him...without laughing and the time i was about to donate money for sick babies in africa and im gonna do it. I hate too see babies in pain and i wanna really help e,m right away (this stuff is 100 % true im not lying) and im making neclaces for people who have cancer

No sense in crying over spilled milk. Good for you for standing up for your friend and caring about sick babies in Africa as well as those who are suffering from cancer.

Great minds have purposes, others have wishes.

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