Tuesday, August 17, 2021

Tuesday Ten

Tuesday Ten ~ My Favorite Ways to Give Back

1, Bring food to the Little Free Pantries
2. Bring food to school for students in the after school Snack Pack program. 
3. Volunteer my Time
4. Adopt a Family for Christmas
5.Take a meal to a shut in, new Mom, or grieving family. 
6. Listen to students who don’t have someone at home to listen. 
7. Bring paper, pencils, lead, pencil sharpeners, etc. to students who need them.
8. Donate items to our local People Helping People. 
9. Volunteer my Unique skills like tutoring or sewing. 
10. Participate in community cleanups. 

What are some of your favorite ways to give back?

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  1. These are all really great. I also like to help with toiletry supply drives, as toiletries are really hard to come by for those without a permanent residence. Our local high school does one around the holidays for high school kids who are homeless.

    1. Oh, I like that one too. The students at school donate socks for their 4H clubs to help out.

  2. All good. If we all did a little something - wouldn't it be nice? :)

  3. I like to make sure personal supplies are part of my donations. I think how hard would it be to be without as a woman. I also try and think of gifts for teens and young adults beyond toys at Christmas. Your list warms my heart .

    1. That is such a terrific idea, Sam. I’ve read about people who buy $5 McDonalds gift cards to hand out in with a baggie of personal items. I’ve always wanted to do that, but haven’t yet.

  4. I gave supplies to students when I was in schools and around students, teaching or tutoring. Now, I give less school supplies. But, I share food with people who cannot get to the giveaways. I tutored for free, gave people rides. You have a reallly good list.

  5. Love this! Bless your caring heart! Thank you!
    Covid has changed many things, but there are still things we can do.
    My library has a table in the entrance where people can leave books or magazines.
    Donate building supplies to the local Restore.
    Donate to Salvation Army or Goodwill.
    Sometimes I do random acts of kindness, like leave my quarter in the cart at Aldi. I know it isn't much, but might make someone smile.
    Sometimes I like to give an extra large tip. Life is hard, but maybe I can make someone's day a bit better.

    1. Those are such great ways of giving back, Kathy. Even little things like leaving your quarter in the Aldi cart can make someone’s day brighter. :)

  6. What wonderful ways to give back Belinda.

    God bless.

  7. Not as much scope in my area, but I try.
    I collect donated duvets and curtains to remodel into small quilts/cushions for a local cat charity.
    I usually give toiletries and sanitary products to local food banks instead of food stuffs.
    I collect things for local charity shops.
    Not a lot but I do what I can.


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