Service to Others | Young person serves in the community one hour or more per week.
- Together with your kids, do something for someone else, whether it’s making a financial contribution, baking cookies, or helping someone out.
- Make and send cards to hospitalized children, nursing home residents, or people in the military.
- Organize a community or neighborhood “closet-cleaning day”. Deliver everything you collect to a shelter or thrift store.
- Provide foster care for a pet through an animal shelter or for a friend or neighbor who is out of town or ill.
- Organize or participate together in a fundraiser such as a walk or run. Donate the proceeds to hurricane relief, camp scholarships, or other causes.
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