Tommy Maher, a volunteer firefighter from Long Island, NY and dad of three, began his journey in 2017 after the tragic Las Vegas shooting because he felt compelled to help. He decided to do random acts of kindness in the hometown of each of the 58 victims. The 9,500-mile journey allowed Tommy to meet the victim’s families and friends, survivors, and first responders – changing his life forever.
Unfortunately, these tragic events continue to happen throughout the country and around the world. Our goal is to bring people together one community at a time doing random acts of kindness honoring those lives lost too soon.
We are proud to be a 501c(3) non-profit organization.
The Honor Network encourages you to Be The Good in your neighborhood and community. Doing random, positive acts can change a person’s day for the better. Something as simple as a smile and hello or buying a cup of coffee for the person behind you in line can make all the difference. We want YOU to Be The Good and spread kindness.
How can you Be The Good? Share your random acts of kindness and inspire others! Let us know how kind you can be by sharing on social media with #thehonornetwork #bethegood