“Happy” Video Makes Camden Seem a Non-Terrifying Place to Live

Non-profits get together to show city’s bright side.

Yeah, we all hear about how Camden is like the worst place in the history of ever. Hey: People live there. Good people. Witness:




Fox 29 reports:

The work is part of The Goodness Project, whose aim is to promote all the "good" works that nonprofits are doing in the often-maligned city of Camden.

"The video is not about what we are doing as much as it is about who we help," said Lauren White, development director for the Ronald McDonald House of Southern New Jersey, who is serving as one of the organizers for the Goodness Project. "The video will be released just before the Easter holiday - on April 18, Good Friday. We hope it goes viral to shine a light on the good work happening in Camden."

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