You may not be able to bring significant changes in the world, but you can surely change someone's world significantly by doing some simple deeds.
Here in this section, we have listed down some simple tips on how you can volunteer as a senior citizen.
We all have some unused clothes in our cupboards, just lying there, waiting for us to wear them while we are waiting for some special occasion or maybe we don’t like them anymore. While this may seem like a normal thing for us, it may surely be a piece of jewel to someone
who just wishes to have a piece of cloth to cover their body. Your normal cotton kurti or shirt could be someone’s luxury and you could help make that happen. All you would require is to donate your old, used or unused clothes to the needy – someone who would really value and make good use of it.
Rather than throwing away the leftover food or overstocking your kitchen with extra food supply that tends to get spoiled, try donating a certain amount to those who do not have enough to eat.
Did you know that you can help animals no matter how old you are? Here are a few ways you can help animals in your community and across the country.
Planting a tree can be the simplest and easiest deed you can do. Trees provide so many benefits to our everyday lives. They filter air, provide fresh drinking water, help curb climate change and create homes for thousands of species of plants and animals. With this activity, you’ll do more than putting a seed in the ground - it will not only help restore the land affected by humans and natural disasters but will also keep the environment safe and healthy for the future generation.
Volunteer to help your neighbors in need. Make a phone call, leave a card, or share your home-cooked food to let your neighbors know you're there and thinking of them. Offer to walk their dog, or water their outdoor plants. Consider dropping off your favorite book during your next walk through the neighborhood. Create a chat group to stay connected.