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I always help my elderly mom and her neighbors pick up trash that blows around in the street. I always monitor the elderly to make sure they don't pick up anything too heavy.
I collected baby items for a friend of mine who is pregnant and doesn’t have a lot of money. We got her a ton of stuff! I love to serve. I think we get a bigger blessing by serving than the person receiving.
I helped my kids send Halloween Cards and notes to family, friends and my students.
I saved a baby bunny from getting hurt by my dog and put it back in it's nest with it's mom.
I helped my sister.
I helped my brother with his homework.
In order to help elderly adults feel engaged and seen, I make it a point to stop, look them in the eye, smile, and talk with them when the opportunity presents itself. The small moments can make a big difference in someone's life. People before stuff - investing in people is time best spent.
Jennifer and Brandon
We found a dog and kept him safe until we found his family.
On my way home from school I complimented the crossing guards nails. They were black with sunflowers on them.
I'm a gestational surrogate and am carrying a baby for a couple who is unable to have their own child.
I drive friends to the Doctors office when they need a ride. I teach furniture painting to people who have never painted before. I donate to my local food bank, animal shelter and homeless shelter. I receive so much more than I give!!!
I went to a nursing home and played chess, connect four, bingo and did crafts with everyone that lived there. I then did yard work for the nursing home and taught the people who live there how to use a tablet to video chat with their family and doctors.
I donate $25 a month to ASPCA.
I fed a cat and gave it water and named it peanut. We try to keep it away from its bullies.
I volunteer at my local nursing home 2 days a week where I visit residents who never get out of bed. I talk to them, apply lotion to their hands, make pillowcases for them, do special things for each one according to their need. I sing in the dining room 2 times a month for the ones who can participate in out of room activities.
I saved a bird from dying.
I helped one of my friends pack up all of her house items in boxes then unload it into a storage home because she had a 24 hour home eviction.
I drive a disabled person to work two mornings a week.
I have served by picking up garbage around the city and my neighborhood and I filled up 37 thirty- gallon garbage bags in two days.
I donated to Alzheimers & Dementia research for I.U. Medical Foundation.
In a recent meeting I went out of my way to tell others about the good work of one of our colleagues. She was not there but I'm pretty sure that she will be praised for her good work. My mother used to call this a "back door" compliment. It can be even more meaningful than a face to face compliment.
I made a two tiered graduation cake with black and yellow frosting with a graduation hat and the Martlet, mascot of the school, for the graduating students of Edge dorm, at Westminster school.
I comforted a good friend.
I helped my brother pack for going back to college.
I helped my teacher put away chairs.
I was playing outside when I saw a little dog running down the street and our neighbor was chasing it. I picked up the dog so it wouldn't get lost.
We invited my grandmas roommate over for Mothers Day so she wouldn't be alone.
I gave my little cousin $10 for his birthday.
My dad hosted a clean up on the Upper Farmington River, and me and my friend helped. All together there were 160+ people doing it and we filled a giant dumpster with trash.
We pick up trash in our neighborhood that is blown out of our garbage cans by the winds that blow down from the canyon.
I held the door for people.
I helped my sister with her homework.
I babysat some little kids so the parents could go to a meeting.
I shared my lunch with a friend when she was sad and I took care of my friend's dog over the weekend so she could take her pre-test.
Yesterday and today I say with a girl that came back from distance learning so she didn't need to sit alone.
Just a couple of days ago, I noticed that one of my classmates was feeling discouraged with his homework. So, I put aside what I was working on and went over to him and offered to help. We spent some time working on his math and he seemed much happier after we were done.
I opened the door for other people.
I did my chores without anyone asking and I got my mom some coffee.
I went to visit my sick grandmother and I got her some flowers!
I made dinner for my family.
I walked my dog for my mom when she was tired from work.
I helped my mom take the dog to the vet and on a walk.
I cooked for my family.
I watched a movie with my dad because I don't really spend time with him.
I helped my brother with things he couldn't do because he broke his arm.
I helped my sister after her tryouts because she was tired.
I have been helping my friend since she has a broken shoulder.
I helped my mom clean when she was tired.
My friend wanted a cheese stick so I gave her one at lunch.
I gave my mom $40.
I helped my family's friends move into their new house.
I help my family to cook food and take out the trash. I work with my family.
I did something that I really didn't want to but I was nice about it. I had to go to a friend's house and the food wasn't my fave, but I said 'thank you.'
I took my dog on a long walk in the dark for my family so they didn't have to.
I gave $10 to a homeless man and he said, "Thank you. God bless you."
I called my brother who is in college and he was lonely so I talked to him for a little while.
Lottie and Roni
It was a very windy day and our neighbor's recycling cans flew onto the street. We brought them to their house.
I helped my sister with her homework.
I fed homeless people at my grandma's church.
I gave my friends Kyron and Stanley $10 each for their birthdays. I gave a friend Hot Cheetos today. I shoveled my neighbor's driveway.
My parents were very stressed over the weekend and I had a lot of chores over the weekend so I did all the chores without them asking.
A friend of mine wasn't feeling so great mentally, so I kept texting them and eventually had them come over my house so I could be there for them.
I helped my grandparents pack for moving back to Washington, I also helped them bring the suitcases to the car.
I played with my little brother.
Britanee and Stacy
We made birthday gifts to give to the women of our ward. We have been doing this for the past month and plan to continue all year. It has been so fun to bring a little happiness to someone who may not have anyone remember their special day!
I have held doors for everyone and for my classmates for the past few days. They all said thank you.
My dad and I saw a family that was living out of a minivan with 2 kids in a stores parking lot, there was a food place nearby so we bought them all a couple meals, it was pretty great to give to other people.
I had a friend who was having a hard day, so my family and I delivered some dinner. Nothing makes a hard day better than homemade chicken noodle soup and bread (and seeing good friends).
Mike and Clay
We shoveled our neighbors driveway and walkway for them.
I was in 2nd grade and at recess one of my friends was mean to my other friend about a hoola-hoop and she sat in a corner and cried, so I gave her my hoola-hoop and played on the slide.
I donated money I had earned to the Utah Food Bank to provide meals for people in need.
My sister is moving and had to store all of her furniture etc in a storage unit. I was able to help move boxes from the truck into storage.
I sent 6 of my friends across the country a panda cup because life is heavy and I wanted to send them some joy!
I send dinner to my 89 year old mother in law dinner every week, she can't get out and we live in another state.
I talked with my cousins and delivered doughnuts to them.
I buy the staff in the ER coffee every Monday night, as we fight along side each other helping those in need.
I wrote my brothers each a letter telling them things I like about them.
I have helped several elderly people who didn’t know how or have access to a computer, sign up to get their vaccine! Then take them to get it.
I’m a retired ER doctor and I’ve volunteered to vaccinate people against COVID. My colleagues are on the front lines. It is the least I can do.
This week we have been rehearsing the big tap number for our school show. One of my best friends (she is the lead) was having a hard time getting the steps so I went slow and showed her how.
I went to my friend's house and helped her decorate a cake for her little sister's birthday. It was super fun!!
I surprised my aunt and uncle with their favorite dinner....they are 93 years young. :)
I tutor kids after school to help them become better readers.
In the musical my school is performing we have something called the "Looking for the Good" box where we put encouraging notes about people. I have a goal to put at least two notes in the box every rehearsal and so far I've kept that goal.
I made my grandson banana muffins. (This was an act of service because I hate banana muffins!) :)
I helped a 94 year old COVID patient in my neighborhood.
I sent a friend some money on Venmo so they could buy a treat.
I help socialize puppies at a dog breeder’s house so that the puppies are going to be friendly, happy, and not scared when they go to their forever homes.
I wrote a text to my son saying that I miss him and love him.
I made a card for my mom. She wasn’t feeling well. It made her happy and it made me happy too.
Today I helped a woman from church load a moving van for her to move.