Spreading kindness around the world
Discovering McDowell CountyMar 11, 2019
In an effort to lend help to McDowell County, Richard got in touch with a local pastor, Father Tony, and drove out to Welch, McDowell County with a truck full of food supplies. You can hear from the wonderful people of Welch in their own words about the challenges they are facing and what help they need. Learn more on how you can help.
Serendipity in a SnowstormFeb 20, 2019
Best You Best Me meets V Foundation.
On the morning of Wednesday, February 20th 2019, just as the sun was about to rise, Richard Zaher looked out of the window and saw there was a snowstorm outside. Richard thought someone could possibly use his help out there.
Mexico - With Love from USAJan 28, 2019
During a short visit to México, Richard thought it would be nice to find some people that may be going through some difficulties that can use some kindness and maybe a little bit of money to help them out. He hired a driver, Alejandro, who helped as a translator.
Motivated by LoveFeb 1, 2019
If you know the why, you can live any how.Friedrich Nietzsche
Richard Zaher finds motivation through his love for his family. His "why".
Helping the homeless in DCJan 21, 2019
Most POWERFUL Words EVER!Jan 17, 2019
The conclusion of “As a Man Thinketh” by James Allen, with narration by Richard Zaher.
Snowstorm with JeremyJan 12, 2019
Richard was looking for people who needed help during a snowstorm on January 12th, 2019 in Loudoun County, Virginia. Jeremy had just finished work and was on his way home when his car slipped and crashed into the median and broke the axle of his car. One of his front wheels was also jammed into the body of the vehicle.
Loudoun County Cleanup with Environmentalist Grek CamperoDec 20, 2018
Richard Zaher of Best You Best Me and environmentalist Grek Campero cleaned up trash in Loudoun County on Dec 20, 2018, as part of the Best You Best Me 2018 One Ton Cleanup Campaign.
Loudoun County - Watson Road Cleanup with Amir, Nathan, and DeanDec 2, 2018
Richard Zaher, along with his neighbors, Amir Morrad, Nathan Hartman, and Dean Morrad cleaned up 340 lbs of trash from Watson Road in Loudoun County.
Thanking DuaneNov 15, 2018
Duane's van was stuck in the snow on Nov 15, 2018, in the back roads of Loudoun County. Richard was there doing a cleanup for Best You Best Me, and fortunately had a rope. He towed Duane's van to his next appointment. Richard later returned to give Duane a gift, to thank him for his never-give-up attitude.