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  • Writer's pictureDebbie Bridges

5 Ways To Make A Difference All Year Round

2020 is a year we will never forget. We experienced an unprecedented amount of disruption in our lives fueled by the Coronavirus pandemic. Covid 19 impacted nearly every aspect of the global economy and the lives of millions. This year more than ever, there are so many people who lost the life of a loved one. Families lost multiple members all at once. Covid 19 changed the lives of many. Millions lost jobs and are having trouble meeting their needs financially, facing health concerns and coping with extended periods of isolation, families are in dire need of food and shelter, assistance with family care, and kids have no place to learn, and play. This is an opportunity to make a positive impact and share our love for our community. Here are some ways you can make a difference in the lives of others and make someone's day brighter.



Forgo Personal gifts to give to a charity

  • It's always fun to give gifts, but this year, make the decision as a family to do good rather than fill your house with things you don't need. Choose an organization that means something to you and have everyone in the family donate to this cause as their gift.


Adopt a child or Family

  • Adopt a child or family who has experienced tragedy through the lost of a loved one. We can help you connect with families or children in need of assistance to help make a difference in the lives of others who would otherwise do without.


Gift Toys

  • Christmas toys always seem to brighten up the lives of children who are less fortunate


Help families by providing necessities

  • Create gift bags. Some ideas include a small backpack filled with items such as a pair of socks, gloves, hats, scarfs, hand sanitizers, tissue, and even gift cards.

Write a letter with a small token of love or care package

  • Send a letter to a child expressing your concerns and prayers during this pandemic. Create a small care package filled with treats and useful items. Letters can make all the difference to someone sick and shut in. Imagine putting a happy smile on a child's face.

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