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National Give Something Away Day/Week!

“It's not how much we give but how much love we put into giving.”

Mother Theresa

"National Give Something Away Day" was created to provide people and communities the opportunity to share blessings without expectations or limitations.'' In 2015, Linda Eaton Hall-Fulcher announced the day to help all those less fortunate.

GSSA is celebrating all week! :)

Ways to Give

Donate to a shelter

Donate to a local food pantry

Drop off water to the homeless

Donate blood

Linda Eaton Hall-Fulcher declared this day is about giving back to other people and to the world at large and also being mindful of the way we consume.

Today is the perfect opportunity to clean out your home and give the things you no longer need to those who are less fortunate. Many of us have things around our home that we no longer need so why not clean out the house and give these items to those who need them the most?

Why National Give Something Away Day is Important

Giving something away is a great way to spread kindness and generosity.

When we give to others, it makes us feel good inside knowing that we’ve made someone else’s day better and makes the world better!

It provides people the opportunity to give rather receive.

This day reminds us to step out of our comfort zone and make someone else's day better!

Ways to Celebrate National Give Something Away Day

- Volunteer Your Time Search for volunteer opportunities in your local area, such as helping out at a food bank, animal shelter, or other charity organization.

- Donate to Charity Donate clothes, money, or even blood, there are many different ways to give back to those in need.

- Give Away Unwanted Items Give away items that are no longer needed; donate them to a Thrift Store or Shelter.

- Share Kindness & Positivity on Social Media The most effective way to celebrate "National Give Something Away Day" is to spread kindness and positivity to everyone you meet!

"Your mind expands when you give, your heart expands when you share, and your soul expands when you are charitable.” Matshona Dhliwayo

Written and Submitted by GSS Agent#3013

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