Great Ways To Give Back This Holiday Season

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This holiday season has been difficult for all of us.  Not being able to visit family or keep up with traditions can wear on that holiday spirit. Giving back in any way you can is a great way to help spread holiday cheer! Below are a few different ways you can help out this time of year.

Operation Santa

You can check your local post office, who has lists for Operation Santa. What an easy and fun way to help out those in need! It is as easy as visiting this link by clicking here or go to

If you have Instagram- Sara Foster, an actress, has created a huge movement of creating her own version of Operation Santa. Follow her stories to see all the children who you can help out this holiday season. 

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Donate to your local food banks or coat and toy drives this season. News outlets have reported that donations to coat and toy drives are down this year. And yes, while going out to buy a toy in a store may not be accessible this year for some, you can order online! Try to shop small, yes it is very easy to order from Amazon but if you can- the small, local stores need your help this season! Your local restaurants also need help- a great gift for a friend or family member close by is a gift card to that restaurant you love!

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Cook A Meal Or Bake A Treat 

If you have a neighbor who you know is going to be alone this holiday season, a nice baked meal or treat is the perfect way to spread cheer! Isolation is difficult, but even more so during this time of year. So, think of those who you can touch with the simple gesture of baking a pumpkin bread loaf or a gingersnap cookies! 

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