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Bring food when you go out. Whenever you go out for a walk, bring some crackers or fruit with you. If you happen upon a homeless person, offer them some extra food.
Donate money to your local church or social organization that helps homeless people. Or donate to annual drives such as food drives or United Way.
In many places, the homeless collect cans and bottles as a way of making extra money. If you recycle, why not give your recyclables to a homeless person?
Children that are homeless or in shelters don’t really have many toys to play with. Donate toys, books and games to family shelters.
Volunteer at a local shelter. Shelters need volunteers all the time.
Children who are homeless or in a shelter usually don’t have anyone to play with. Why not being a little sunshine to their day and take your kids to the local shelter to play with the kids there. They can color or play with dolls or model cars.
Recruit your company or child’s school to hold a fundraiser such as a craft sale or bake sale and donate the proceeds to a local shelter.
If you have yard work or house painting you need done, why not head to your local shelter and hire a homeless person. Most homeless people want to work but don’t have the skills needed.
Go around your neighborhood and collect canned goods. Take these cans to a homeless shelter, food bank or soup kitchen.
Many social services organizations that assist the homeless often need food, clothing and furniture. Calla the organizations in your area and ask what supplies they may need. Make a list for each organization, along with its address, phone number and contact person. Send these lists to area churches, American Legion, local businesses and schools.
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