If you have perpetual doodlers in the family, put those creative juices to work making cards for children with a serious illness.
8 Acts of Kindness to Share with Seniors
Make No-Sew Fleece Blankets
Your young ones can help make these cozy, clever blankets and provide comfort to a child in need. No sewing required!
Assemble Breakfast Bags
Have fun sorting items into breakfast bags to donate to a Ronald McDonald House. Families staying there can grab one on their way to the hospital or clinic in the morning.
8 Acts of Kindness for Book Lovers
Write Letters to a Soldier
Send some cheer to men and women who are far from home.
Decorate Lunch Bags for Meals on Wheels
Think how fun it would be to receive your meal in a brightly decorated lunch bag! This fun, inexpensive project is great for all ages.
Make and Bake
Next time you’re in the mood to bake, turn it into a chance to make a difference in someone’s day.
Become a Senior Angel
Create a more age-integrated society and positive attitudes toward aging and the lifecycle by providing your child with positive contacts with a senior. Through weekly correspondence, your family will let them know they are remembered and cared about.
Visit Older Adults
Visiting with older adults can help your children become comfortable with our aging population and bring cheer to those who are isolated and lonely.
Give an Award
Everyone enjoys being recognized for their unique contributions to the lives of others. Put your creative talents to work designing unique awards for the everyday heroes in your lives.