•        Offer to babysit for free for a friend, family member, or coworker.
•        Pay for someone’s coffee or meal behind you in the drive-through.
•        Send a note or letter of encouragement to someone.
•        Give another driver your parking spot.
•        Give a treat to the postman, policeman, or delivery person.
•        Leave a generous tip for a waiter or waitress.
•        Take time to pray for someone who is in need.
•        Invite your neighbor or coworker to your next backyard barbecue.
•        Pay for the movie ticket for who is behind you in line.
•        Slip $20 to someone who you know is struggling financially. (Be discreet.)
•        Call a senior friend and see if his/her day is going OK.
•        Pay for someone’s meal or dessert at a restaurant.
•        Take two lunches to the next business meeting.
•        Bake some goodies and take them to the homeless facility, shelter, police or fire station, or hospital.
•        Take a box of donuts to a senior center, school, office, etc.
•        Pray for your neighborhood, school, or local business.
•        Spend an afternoon helping at a homeless shelter.
•        Take two cups of latte to work for your coworker or boss.
•        Ask a stranger if they need anything they would like you to pray for.
•        Be nice when you speak to the person performing their customer service duties on the phone.
•        Buy a little gift for the person who is working the grocery check-out counter.
•        Pay the toll cost for the person in the car behind you.
•        Host a sleep over or movie night for children to give the parent a needed time alone.
•        Volunteer at a senior citizen’s home or center one day a month.
•        Have lunch with someone at a senior citizen center.
•        Offer a ride or give a ride to someone having issues with their car.
•        Give money to your neighbor for a week for their son or daughter’s lunch.
•        Mow your neighbor’s yard or shovel their snow.
•        Call a soup kitchen and volunteer your time for a few hours.
•        Shop for people in a nursing home or senior citizen building once a month.
•        Have lunch with your husband or your children at school.
•        Wash your neighbor’s car when you wash yours.
•        Offer to cut a friend or neighbor’s grass.
•        Bring your neighbor’s trash cans back to their original place in their yard.
•        Spend some time with an older relative who doesn’t have children.
•        Leave a box or basket of nonperishable foods on the porch or doorstep of someone down on their luck.
•        Take additional time to listen to someone who is going through a rough time.
•        When someone is sick, take them a pot of homemade chicken noodle soup.
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