Here are a variety of fun activities such as craft ideas, games, and more that offer quick and easy charitable giving projects for your kids.
Patriotic Artwork: Your kids can show their support of our military by using these iron-on decals to create patriotic t-shirts to wear. The artwork is reversed so that when used with iron-on transfer paper (available at craft stores), the images appear correctly on the shirts. (Get the complete Lifting Soldiers' Spirits Community Service Project Kit.)
You're Awesome Card: Color in, and send this uplifting card to give someone a day brightener! (Get the complete Slumber Party for Foster Kids Community Service Project Kit for free by "liking" us on Facebook.)
Surprise Messages: Next time you and your kids clean out their closets to donate clothes and shoes, your kids can complete one of these fill-in-the-blank messages to tuck inside the shoes you donate. (Get the complete Walk in My Shoes Community Service Project Kit.)
Word Games: For kids who love word games, here are a crossword puzzle a word search that have answers related to community service as well as foster care. (Get the complete Slumber Party for Foster Kids Community Service Project Kit for free by "liking" us on Facebook!)
Inspirational Quotes: Your kids can pick their favorite quote from this list and tack it to their bulletin board. Or, you can selet different quotes to talk about at meal time. (Get the complete Giving Jar Community Service Project Kit.)
Bookplates: Photocopy, color in, and affix bookplates to the inside front cover of books you are donating to charity. (Get the compete Book Exchange Community Service Project Kit.)
Dog Biscuit Recipe: Here is a super easy recipe for making your own dog biscuits. The recipe has been approved by a local chapter of the Humane Society. (Get the complete Doggie Delectables Community Service Project Kit.)