This Initiative is for Everyone Everywhere with a Pay It Forward Principle. It is a simple concept and addresses complicated and long standing issues.
Our goal is to bring Great Days to everyone who is willing to put in the effort to do so too — as we are all one big global community!
This Initiative is positive and results driven because everyone anywhere anytime contributes.
The Initiative is ground breaking and under guarded confidence.
By virtue of its nature, it brings together the support of professionals in public service, law enforcement, education, mental health, and more.
Make Every Day A Great Day
by its name alone is a winning slogan for sponsors and investors who support and want to implement
this plan one community at a time.
One glimpse into The Initiative action plan is for the law enforcement officers to give away free drinks and free food in their own neighborhood with one of our specialized marketing and social media campaigns.
The officers soon become part of the community in which they live.
What a great day it will be when we can turn our trust and respect back to the people who protect and serve us. It can be done, and we have the action plan to do it.
We apply our psychological, technological marketing and public relations and social media
campaign tools to unite communities
Make Every Day A Great Day
will help bridge any gaps that are missing in communities across the globe, starting one city at a time.
Donna Briggs, founder behind MAKE EVERY DAY A GREAT DAY,
met her team at the AMERICAN ICONS live event in Beverly Hills in 2019.
Donna, a seasoned and successful red carpet interviewer, radio host, and social influencer,
was there to honor her friend and mentor, Quincy Jones, one of the honorees.
The event, also honoring Al Pacino and Evander Holyfield, was a star-studded success under the direction of
Sandra Gabriel, Event Producer, David Alan Kogut, Creative Director, and Barbara Siegal, Associate Producer.
In 2020, when red carpet interviews halted and the world came to pause, Donna decided to connect with the team behind the live event to
develop and enhance her Donna Briggs Brand with a new website.
It soon became apparent that the Donna Briggs website was becoming a much larger vision.
Donna and her creative team quickly embraced the larger vision of bringing this positive and action oriented message and co-created the
Make Every Day A Great Day and pay it forward initiative to a global audience.
“We can do anything peacefully and with compassion and kindness. We
need to create our own great day, even it’s a bad day for ourselves and then pay it forward to others.”
– Donna Briggs
We utilize technology, public relations, creative, broadcast, print and digital media in a VERY unique system and sequence formula to result in bringing law enforcement, tourism and community mutual respect and understanding which will create a safer and more cohesive experience in cities across the globe.
It is important to make it a practice to focus on others and not just ourselves. Working hard is a wonderful virtue however, giving back can plant a seed of kindness that will start with you and reflect on countless others. Lets plant that seed today and make a difference!
Cups of Coffee & Tea
When then-eight-year-old Myles Eckert found a $20 bill in a Cracker Barrel parking lot, instead of pocketing it, he paid it forward by handing it to a nearby customer. As it turns out, Eckert made the decision to give this money to veteran Lt. Col. Frank Dailey because his father had died while in combat in Iraq.
Yes, that's right—a woman in St. Petersburg, Florida, started a pay-it-forward movement that motivated 377 other customers to treat complete strangers to a cup of coffee. This 11-hour chain of kindness did eventually end, but inspired many other chain events just like this one.
Instead of handing Alexis DeLorenzo a ticket for not securing her child in a booster seat, public safety officer Ben Hall, upon hearing that she couldn't afford the price of a booster seat, set out to buy her one—right then and there.
Mason Wartman of Wartman's pizza restaurant in Philadelphia started his own pay-it-forward movement, allowing customers to donate an extra dollar to provide a free slice of pizza to the homeless.
Sheril Hurt changes the lives of those in need nearly every day. Whether she's passing out clothes and Bibles to the homeless or becoming a mentor to young boys like Larell and Shaunte who also want to affect their neighborhood in a positive way
MAKE EVERY DAY A GREAT DAY INITIATIVE
Partnering with corporations and public service agencies, the initiative will bring communities, one city at a time, together through conversations and a ground breaking action plan.