Tips to make blessing bags for the homeless for foot care with free printable notes. A family or group project that can be created with children as young as two or three.
Support veterans and military members with donations that are really needed. Ideas about what to donate to a veterans hospital or military medical center.
Use this free printable to create cards to support our troops. Also, create cards to share with deployed troops to send to their families.
Join the Purposeful (not Random) Acts of Kindness Challenge for 2017 and purposefully help others with charitable and thoughtful acts.
Each month, but particularly this time of year, I make a point of practicing purposeful (not random) acts of kindness and including my entire family in the activities.
Donation gift ideas themes for each month of the year for charitable donations. A different theme for each month to make your giving fun and purposeful random acts of kindness.
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Now is the time to build a family tradition and give happiness with a homeless care package. Our family puts together homeless care kits on Thanksgiving to donate to the homeless in our community. Making this whimsical version of a give happiness homeless care package shares a smile along with the practical items.
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