Donations as Holiday Gifts

As an online advocate for non-profits, I often recommend making donations.  There’s no better time to do this than during the holiday season. From personal experience, donations during the holidays are always a well received gift. When I choose the “perfect” present for my loved ones, giving to charities is at the top of the list. I may give them another gift as well as the donation. Even if the donation is the only gift in return I get smiles and thanks.

Making Donations During the Holidays

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These type of gifts will warm hearts especially if you choose a charity that means something to the person receiving the gift. If you know about a specific belief look for a charity that embraces that belief. Something like Samaritans Purse for those of the Christian faith. Other examples – if someone was touched by childhood cancer, make a donation to Aflac Holiday Duck campaign. Is your loved one is involved in children’s nutrition a contribution to Save Our Children to help with breastfeeding would work well.

Here’s some information on Charitable Donations for the Holidays:

Charitable Donations as Holiday Gifts

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Connie Roberts

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Living in the Tampa Bay area, I'm lucky enough to see beautiful sunsets almost every day. Although life can be difficult at times, focusing on the positive and being with my family is what gets me through.

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