Even if you can’t give it a home, getting it a meal or two each day can make a big difference on this animal’s life. Help a homeless animal today.
One way to help those around you is to put together medical packets for the homeless. Include soap, an antihistamine, cough drops, neosporin, bandaids, anti-itch cream, hand sanitizer, and other small items that we take for granted each day.
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.
For some kids, summer is the worst because they no longer have access to lunch at school and go hungry all day. Donate to an organization that feeds kids during the summer. There’s plenty out there, if you just search for them.
If you donate stuffed animals to your local fire department, you’re helping your community. Every little bit counts and these plush animals go to victims of fires.
If you know someone who’s recently had a baby, offer to babysit for a few hours. This will give the new mom valuable time to shower, and maybe even take a nap!
Put together a giving bag, which has basic items that a homeless person may need. Now, next time you see someone who needs a little help, you can easily hand this out.
Life can get hectic, and people can get overwhelmed, especially if they have a lot going on in their personal life. Make an extra meal for someone who needs it. This can be for any reason, but I know from personal experience, if you’re trying to do a million things, cooking can be the last thing on your mind.
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