- August 12, 2008 at 11:09 pm #261641
Every few months or so I’ll donate $25 or $50 to an animal charity.
I also give a few bucks to the Pet Assistance folks when I happen to
see them at PetsMart on adoption days. We also donate bags of our
unwanted clothes and other stuff to a local charity that has
convenient drop-off and forms for tax purposes.
Sounds like you’re doing enough! Great job.
— In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, “ajengelberth”
> I believe we all are able to help others no matter what our income
> So I am asking what do you do to help others along the pathway?
> Some things that I am thinking of are:
> cutting coupons and laying them by the item in the grocery. (A
> project for the kids.)
> Take your extra produce from your garden to the food pantries.
> Give away stuff on freecycle.
> Take unused band instruments to the high school band teacher.
> Pay for someones groceries if you are able. That person ahead of
> in the grocery line at the discount grocery that has just a few
> Leave the quarter in the grocery card at Aldi’s
> Give your newspaper to the people next door if they don’t receive
> Send a dollar or two to a teenager that has nothing.
> Buy pencils, etc. for some kids that you know can’t aford it.
> Please help me think of more things to do. Especially ones which
> not cost money. I would like to help more people.
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