Donation drives are a popular (and easy!) way to help those in need in your community. They can be done in-office or virtually.
One of the ways we support Our Environment is through Clean Up events. Clean Up events can be done with your colleagues, your family or by yourself.
Looking for an easy way to brighten someone’s day? Need an idea of a family-friendly activity? Whether you are sending cards to isolated seniors or deployed military personnel, card campaigns are a great way to express your creativity and put a smile on someone’s face.
Every year we take a hour and turn off the lights in day-lit areas in support of #DaylightHour. Daylight Hour is a global social media campaign designed to raise awareness of energy conservation and wellness in the workplace.
If you are looking for a way to help members of the homeless community, consider creating care kits. This activity can be done with your colleagues, your kids or on your own. This Toolkit contains ideas on what to include in your care kits along with other ideas for helping those experiencing homelessness in your area.
Are you an animal lover looking for a way to #FirstServeOthers? Check out our Help Homeless Pets toolkit for lots of ideas on how you can help furry friends at your local shelter.
Want to #FirstServeOthers but are short on time? Here are some easy ways to give back, in 30 minutes or less!
Many senior citizens feel lonely and isolated. Social interaction provides important health benefits for them including a potentially reduced risk for dementia and physical problems such as high blood pressure, arthritis and cardiovascular activities. Here are some ideas of how you can support seniors in your area, either in person or at a distance.
Have a desire to volunteer but can’t commit to being on-site to do so? Virtual volunteering may be right for you. The opportunities are endless, and the best part is you can participate when it’s convenient for you!