There are so many people and animals out there that need help, so pick a cause and invite your coworkers to help support it. Gather up books for kids, pet supplies for shelters, or even bags for the homeless.
Old eyeglasses and sunglasses can be donated to the Lions Club where they will be cleaned and sent to those with low-incomes so they can receive the necessary eyewear.
Pick your favorite charity and ask people to donate to it rather than buy you birthday gifts.
You need to periodically clean out your closet before you have so much stuff in there that your closet racks literally collapse on you. If I sound like I’m speaking from experience, it’s because I am.
Pick a charity or place to donate to, and make an announcement at work. Ask those who can to participate and donate, and make it fun with office wide updates.
Find a local charity and donate some of those unopened gifts you bought for a gift exchange or you got and never opened. It’s a more thoughtful way of re-gifting, this way giving it to someone who could really use it.
Giving to others is such an important part of this season, make time to set an example and give back to those less fortunate.
Go to your local animal shelter, work at a local food bank, walk for charity, volunteer your time in some way to help others.