• Partner with a local retirement community – together children and residents can read, garden, play games, sing, and laugh.
  • Clean up a local park – with adult supervision and precautions such as gloves, children can participate in a park clean-up event.
  • Support the Troops – send letters and care packages to members of the armed forces, especially if a family member from the program has been deployed.
  • Create care packages for children in local hospitals – create encouragement messages and get-well cards for children or adults in a local hospital.
  • Grow a garden and donate harvest to food bank – children can plant a vegetable garden in the spring and share the harvest with a local food bank or homeless shelter.

 

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