Sometimes it is the bare necessities that mean more to someone in need than a dollar. If you don’t feel comfortable handing out cash to someone on the street, try picking up a few pairs of gloves or winter hats to have in your car and ready to pass along to someone who could use it.
Pay it forward Kids
is a Non-Profit organization that was created by 12 year old Jack Praver of Virginia Beach, VA. With the help of his sister, 15 year old Madi Praver, they have set on a quest to try and change the world, one child at a time. The concept of paying it forward is simply to do, one kind deed a day to another person, without ever expecting
anything in return.
- Donate your time to a local animal shelter
- Take a dog for an extra long walk
- Help your neighbor with their yard work
- Clean out your closet and donate items to Charity
- Hand write a note to a friend letting them know how much you care and what an awesome friend they are
- Let someone go ahead of you in the grocery store check out
- Help a family member or friend clean their house
- Hold the door open for someone – All Week Long
- Drop off some magazines and books to a Senior Citizens Center
- Go to a local Fire Department and tell them how awesome they are
- Leave your mail carrier a kind note or small gift
- Bring your neighbor fresh flowers
- Pick up garbage in your neighborhood, beach or park
- Play “10 Good Things” – Say 10 good
- things about someone you know
Inspire others to do Random Acts of Kindness by sharing your stories here!