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  • April Cleven

    Acts of Kindness for every day in December leading up to Christmas! This is an awesome advent idea

  • Roxanne Walczak

    Acts of Kindness for every day in December leading up to Christmas! These are wonderful ideas. Advent Activities: 1st Take a set of holiday books and leave at a mall play area 2nd Make a street pretty for Christmas (pick up roadside trash-Santa Style!) 3rd Adopt a classroom in need (send holiday party treats & craft box) 4th Buy a hot cocoa or latte for Salvation Army bell ringers (brrrrr— it must get cold out there!) 5th Purchase toys for kids in need 6th Tape candy canes and happy holiday notes to ATMS, vending machines… 7th Send of box of mittens and hats to a school 8th Offer to buy a pack of gum or mints for checkout clerk at grocery store 9th Bring peppermint mocha to daycare workers 10th Donate Blood (K and Mom) 11th Hand out pretty Christmas flowers 12th Bake & deliver Christmas cupcakes to library employees 13th Set up a free gift wrap station! 14th Pay for santa pictures for someone at mall 15th Collect canned goods for food pantry 16th Pass out candy and spread cheer to folks mailing off their Christmas cards at the post office 17th Set up a “helping task force” – take back shopping carts, hold open doors for rushed and weary shoppers… 18th Leave small Christmas treats/gifts in shopping carts for folks to find 19th Take presents to hard working post office employees 20th Call animal shelter and find out what donations they need. Make a contribution & visit animals. 21th Leave basket of Christmas gifts on doorstep of a family that needs it 22nd Buy coffee for stranger at Starbucks 23rd Leave present in mailbox for mail carrier Christmas Eve: Take all night drug store employee a Christmas surprise (because it’s no fun to work on Christmas Eve!) Christmas Day: Deliver something special to folks who are working and/or recovering at local hospital

  • Sara Baker

    Advent Activities, more on the random acts of Christmas kindness advent calendar

  • Amanda Berndt Gordon

    LOVE this! Random Acts of Kindness. Advent Activities: 1st Take a set of holiday books and leave at a mall play area 2nd Make a street pretty for Christmas (pick up roadside trash-Santa Style!) 3rd Adopt a classroom in need (send holiday party treats & craft box) 4th Buy a hot cocoa or latte for Salvation Army bell ringers (brrrrr— it must get cold out there!) 5th Purchase toys for kids in need 6th Tape candy canes and happy holiday notes to ATMS, vendin...

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