A Month Of Giving

If you aren’t moved by seeing kids giving back to their community I am not sure what would move you. I adore seeing kids getting into the spirit of the season and helping . Here are some pictures from this week.

Sarah sent in this picture of her daughter ” She danced at a local long term care facility in our hometown.  It was a joy to see the smiles on the faces of the residents–some of whom even opted to sing along with the music.” I am sure the residents loved it.

Kathryn sent in these pictures of her daughter who used her own money to buy food for the food bank and also played elf by choosing tags off a giving tree and picking out toys for the children.  She was very excited to play elf and do things that will help make people happy!”


Gayla sent this picture of her son caroling at a local hospital and delivering home made cards and blankets to the patients.” We hand made cards and fleece blankets that my little man delivered to each patients room as we walked through the halls singing.

Maya and her daughters dropped off pet food for hungry pets , we can’t forget about them!

Kara sent me a link to her blog post all about how her daughter learned why giving was so special when she gave these simple candy canes to people who help her everyday.

Sara was busy with her kids and did a lot of good !  They made cookies for a neighbor , donated food at school and Awanas  as well as going to a special event ( The Big Guy was there) where you have to donate food to get in. Wow!

Want to be featured in our next month of giving showcase? Go do something for someone else with your little ones , click a picture and send it to me at

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Comments

  1. Carrie Sykes says

    Thank you for posting these. I showed them to my kids and they got really excited about giving instead of getting.

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