New York City based radio personality Trey Morgan will embark on a journey designed to shock him into a more philanthropic way of life. Over the course of 30 days, Morgan will attempt to commit his time to 30 different charitable organizations, 1 for each day of September, all while holding down his ‘day job’ and making it home for dinner with his wife.
This non-profit crusade is called, 30 Deeds, 30 Days, a term Morgan coined for it’s obvious simplicity.
Trey Morgan, a well known radio personality for New York City’s Z100, came up with the idea for 30 Deeds, 30 Days while feeling much the same as many around the country. Morgan wanted to find a way to give back and get involved, but didn’t know how to go about it, who to get involved with, or where he would find the time in his day-to-day life. Not one to sit back idly, Morgan decided to dive in head first, and began to formulate his plan.
Morgan has set a time limit for the goal of 30 deeds in 30 days in order to challenge himself while learning about all the different types of organizations with the hopes of coming out of the experience with a new perspective and a re-alignment on what’s important in his life. Of the challenge, Morgan says, “It’s so important to give back. With my reach over the airwaves, hopefully I’ll be able to inspire others by showing that even a crazy feat like this is attainable, all it takes is a commitment.”
Each day, Morgan will arrive at a new charity, work with them in whatever capacity is asked of him, and attempt to prove that the average person can do this too. He’ll be documenting his adventure through a daily blog (including both videos and photos to capture his experiences) and chronicling the highlights on Facebook, Twitter, and of course, on the air.
Some of the non-profit organizations slated to be involved include: Rosie's Broadway Kids, Habitat For Humanity, Musicians on Call, Muscular Dystrophy Association, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, and many more. Ultimately, Morgan hopes to turn the experience into a book with a portion of proceeds benefiting the organizations he volunteers with.
For more information about Trey Morgan and “30 Deeds, 30 Days”, please visit www.30deeds30Days.com.