Good Works Tour


The Team

James, brainfather of the Good Works Tour, is a 2008 graduate of The College Of New Jersey with a B.A. in Film and TV. Twice now he has defeated the evil Mysterio, which really isn’t that big an accomplishment when you consider it. He hopes to find more challenging obstacles to tackle on The Good Works Tour.

Tim is a 2008 Drexel University graduate with a degree in Interactive Multimedia. Tim has made himself available for this trip in place of the first candidate, his younger brother Connor, who was unable to participate due to having too many fans.

The Good Reverend Zach “The Wisedog” Wiseley is a 2008 graduate of Rutgers University with a B.A. in Journalism and Media Studies, and an ordained minister. He is looking forward to earning an extra charisma point upon attaining his next level, and is considering taking the Extra Music feat.

All three are graduates from Collingswood Senior High School and have known each other since childhood.

Also, they all pretty much rule.


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James, please don’t be so modest — you forgot to say in your bio that you’ve also saved the entire TCNJ campus from a zombie infestation by destroying the zombies with Diet Coke, mentos, the seventh Harry Potter book, and improvisational powers!!

Comment by Alida

Thank goodness they’re good-looking.

Comment by Cat

Not THAT good looking

Comment by Jarret

News of your good deeds is spreading. Good luck on your tour and have fun along the way.

Comment by MS

FYI, your donate link is not working from this page:

https://goodworkstour.wordpress.com/the-team/

Comment by MS

Hi there! I’m a copy editor for the Courier-Post and, having just read Kevin Callahan’s article about you guys, I wanted to leave you a quick message.

Every once in a while, I get to copy edit a feature story that gets an unabashed and out-loud “Awwwwww!” from me, and I think your story just might be one of my favourites so far.

One of my best friends from high school spent nearly a year down in Nola — in the Lower Ninth, coincidentally enough. I know it’s still a mess down there, and it’s great that you three thought to include such a devastated area (not to mention an emotionally taxing task) in your travels.

Thanks for all the good work you’ve done. Guys like you are what make the world a better place, one act at a time. Keep up the good work – you’re all an inspiration. xo

Comment by Madeleine




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