Day 19: Serve at the Soup Kitchen

Day 19: Serve at the Soup Kitchen

  Often times, we take the things we have for granted. Most of us have a meal plan at school with three, all you can eat, meals each day. We snack throughout the day and don’t think twice about it, but there are people all over, even in Montgomery, AL who are hungry and do not have the opportunity to get food. The Salvation Army Soup Kitchen, in downtown Montgomery is doing all it can to help those in need.

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Day 18: Candy Canes Everywhere!

Day 18: Candy Canes Everywhere!

            There are many legends and stories about the origins of the most famous candy at Christmas time: the candy cane. No matter which legend you believe, one thing remains for a lot of people; the Candy Cane is a sign of joy and sharing. Whenever candy canes begin to appear in store aisles and outside on our lawns, we know Christmas time is here.

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Day 12: Lending a Hand

Day 12: Lending a Hand

  During this time of year, there are numerous places you can volunteer. One such place is Common Ground of Montgomery. According to its mission statement, CGM is striving to “revitalize the Washington Park community and transform the city of Montgomery and beyond…” It is doing this through various programs such as: After School, Christmas Store, House to House, Mentor Program, and much more. Common Ground has and continues to impact the Montgomery area in a mighty way.

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Day 11: Recycle Electronics

Day 11: Recycle Electronics

Do you have old cell phones, laptops, Mp3 players, digital cameras, or video game systems sitting at your house that you want to get rid of? If so, I have the solution in today’s 25 Days of Giving! The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV) has partnered with Cellular Recycle to help recycle electronics in order to keep them out of landfills.

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