Giving Thanks, not just on Thanksgiving, but the whole Holiday Season

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Ways to Give Thanks in Your Community  

While enjoying a great meal and watching football is certainly a big part of Thanksgiving, this coming holiday season is really about expressing gratitude for the people in your life. And while those people are most likely your friends and family members, this year, consider branching out to include some of your community members—like teachers, sanitary workers, neighborhood baristas and more—in your 2021 recognition lists.

From buying a random stranger coffee to leaving a kind review on your favorite local businesses’ social media pages, there are several small ways you can give thanks to your community this season! 

12 Small Acts of Kindness to Perform in Your Community This Season:  

• Hang Christmas lights for an elderly neighbor
• Volunteer at a local soup kitchen or food bank
• Fulfill a Christmas Wish or donate to a toy drive
• Buy lunch for emergency workers and first responders
• Purchase gifts or gift cards at local retailers to give their business a boost
• Organize your own neighborhood clean up
• Include someone alone for the holidays to join you in some family activities
• Donate nonperishable food or gently used clothing to a charity drive
• Buy coffee for the person behind you at your coffee shop
• Post glowing reviews for your favorite community businesses online
• Leave an extra-large tip at a neighborhood restaurant
• Give handwritten thank you notes to your children’s teachers   

Pay it Forward This Holiday Season!  

Debbie Dawson

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