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50 Ways to Pay It Forward During the Holidays


Dec. 19, 2016 PopSugar

Paying it forward can be completed in small and simple gestures, too. So even if it’s just doing one of the things ahead, the recipient will most likely be appreciative of your thoughtfulness. You never know what a friend, co-worker, family member, or even stranger is going through. See how you can pay it forward this holiday season.

Bring treats to the office.
Offer to house-sit, pet-sit, or babysit for free.
Donate a gift you receive.
Leave Holiday cards in your neighbors’ mailboxes.
Send flowers to a friend anonymously.
Check up on a friend or family member having a hard time.
Smile at a stranger walking by.
Surprise a coworker with coffee one morning.
Help a stranger who looks like they’re struggling to carry their items.
Give your leftovers to a homeless person.
Leave a nice tip or note for a deserving waiter.
Give blood.
Thank a policeman or fireman.
Contribute to a food drive.
Help a friend move or clean.
Volunteer.
Give up your seat for someone.

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