Teams have 2 hours and $200 to do good as they see fit in their city.
It's a Braintree tradition going on three years, and the Do Good! competition just keeps getting better. In past years, teams have bought toys for homeless teens, donated blood, salted sidewalks, paid off layaways at toy stores, received flu shots, donated food to soup kitchens, and much more. As the team has continued to grow in Chicago, Menlo Park, San Francisco, and New York City the ideas have gotten more diverse, and the amount of good done increased.