The holidays are cheerful, but they can also be a busy time of year for many, with crowded schedules, shopping and stress. That doesn’t mean you have to lose the giving spirit!
The best gifts often aren’t material ones. Small acts of kindness that show you’re thinking of someone can mean more—and cost less—than a physical item. Write a thank you note to a local volunteer. Offer a friend a ride to the airport. Donate anonymously. Even the smallest acts of good can go a long way and bring a smile to someone’s face.
These 10 ideas make it easy to keep up the kindness this holiday season.
Find more at Create the Good
For more ways to give—and give back—this season, visit Create the Good to find volunteer opportunities near you. With tools, ideas and inspiration, it’s easy to keep the candle burning on doing good all year round.
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Make Volunteering a Family Affair
The holidays are about family and friends, so invite them to join in the giving back fun too! Share these ideas with those closest to you and encourage them to do the same.
Try getting the kids involved. For instance, gather a group together after school to craft some festive holiday cards for local nursing home residents. For more ways to get the whole family involved in volunteering.