Haven't heard of the 30 Days of Kindness? Click here to find out more. Just starting? That's okay! Feel free to start this challenge right in the middle. You can make up the days you missed through November, if you like.
Give food to a homeless person. This challenge may be very difficult for you. My city has many, many homeless people walking the streets and staying at shelters and asking for food. You may have very few or no homeless people in your small town. If that is the case, I'm going to count your participation in the challenge if you honestly try to find a homeless person or you simply give some food to a person who needs it. For example, a lady just had a baby. You could give her food and that would count.
Before you go parading the streets, looking for a homeless person, I want you to be very careful. Get at least one buddy to go with you, preferably an adult. If possible, be inside of your car and roll down a window to give the homeless person the food. You want to be safe at all times. Also, I would very much recommend you to serve the homeless from a shelter or a soup kitchen. This can ensure that you are safe and secure.
There are many people in the United States who are living without proper food and nutrition. You may hand out cookies, an apple, or a hamburger... or a meal from a soup kitchen. It may not seem like much to you, but it means the world to this person.
Always remember to say, "God bless you!"
I want to hear your stories! Leave me a comment and share what you did during today's challenge. If you have a picture or two, feel free to send them to me. If you're blogging about today, send me the link and I'll feature it on this blog.
Stay tuned until later today to see what my friends and I did for today's act of kindness.
TOMORROW: Offer to help out around the house!