Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Dollar Tree but all ideas and words here are 100% mine.
If you follow my site you know I started a 30 day challenge to do kind deeds. This post is sponsored by the Dollar Tree. They allowed me to make a couple of buckets for some very special people most of which I have never met. Where else but the Dollar Tree Could you find gifts for anyone? I had a goal to make gift baskets for the places that my children would visit when they volunteered in their community.
I decided to make my first basket for their teachers. It is a nice way to thank their teachers. You can see that $10 goes a long way. Dollar Tree has a great section for teaching supplies. I got things for their desks and things for the children to use while playing games. I even got a trashcan because with tons of children you can’t have enough of those.
This bucket was created for the Volunteer fire department and the EMTS that serve our community. Dollar Tree has lots of cleaning supplies, I figured those will be perfect. I love to drop off useful treats.
This is my last and meaningful gift. It is for folks that we haven’t met but are currently living in a nursing home. It is a little something to let them know we are thinking of them. We will be grateful to share the day with them and we hope to leave them with a couple of items to remind them that we have been there.
As you can see for just $10 a basket you can really change your entrance by presenting a great gift. I love Dollar Tree it is the place we shop for our household needs and for the people we like to make happy. Just remember being kind counts and thank you Dollar Tree for understanding, it is the thought that counts.