Want to make a difference in your community but don't have money to donate, but you do have a few hours per week? Which one can you do?

Remember when you want to make a difference, even if it is just a small one, that sometimes the acts of kindness are more appreciated than one where you just donate or give money.

As you look through the suggestions below, consider times when people have helped you out. Was it something that wasn't a big deal to the person helping you, but was very appreciated by yourself?

Did someone plow the snow from your driveway? Did someone stop to help you when your car broke down? Did you get a ride from someone when you car was in the shop?

Do you even know the name of the kind person who helped you out? Here are a few ways that you can give back and repay the people who helped you:

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