Pay It Forward Friday: Envelope Drop

Inspired by my $100 Story, I decided that this year Madame Deals’ mission is to unite people through good deeds and giveaways.

Please read all of my Pay It Forward Friday posts! Plus, check out this article written by my fans 100 things you can do to help others for FREE!

I have been so busy. I know we all are. We have to stop and decide that we are going to do for others. I do for others all day long since I am a work at home mom that runs a website dedicated to helping people. I still take each Friday as a day to push myself to do something extra. I do this to teach my children to do for others. I hope my example will help them each and everyday. We are going to graduation today. One of my best friends is graduating and becoming a nurse. I intend to do my envelope drop. I will put $10 gas cards on two cars. I hope the extra gift will inspire someone I do not know to help someone else. It is the chain of kindness I am just giving it a little push!

 




Comments

  1. Meg Tucker says

    I volunteer at a local Church every Saturday morning. In exchange they allow me to bring home all kinds of goodies such as cases of yogurt, fresh frozen chickens, cookies, hot and cold cereals, pastas, canned fruits and veggies as well as fresh ones too! I then ,in turn, give them out at random to homebound or less fortunate families in my neighborhood. I actually look forward to getting up on Saturday mornings for his reason!!! Thanks….Just thought I’d share this with you.

  2. Patti Ellis says

    I look for new opportunities yearly to offer my services to anyone in need of what I can offer. T his year as well as last year I tutor for a mom of five who home schools her children. Two days a week I go to her house and assist her in any tasks that she has for me. I taught school for 37 years so I love working with children. I am rewarded by the smiles on their faces and the light that comes on when they understand a concept. It is a chance to give back the skills that God has given me. Retirement has made this possible. Using my time wisely is being a good steward of the time I have left to serve Him.

  3. Devona Fryer says

    My husband and I helped out a disable woman who lived on a huge hill, that you couldn’t even get your car up. She had to go to the grocery store and we helped her carry all of her groceries up the hill.

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