I made a service act on April 17th, by picking up groceries for my neighbor who is a doctor and was not comfortable going out to the store so I picked them up for her family!
I ran errands for my grandparents, to help reduce their human contact. I picked up groceries, dog food, and house supplies. During a time like this, even the smallest impact can have a huge affect.
I did a service act by helping my brother move into his new apartment.
Went grocery shopping for my 60yr old neighbor Aggie bc she was nervous to go due to the conditions!!
i watched my neighbor's children for free, so she could go to work to handle an emergency
After helping someone move, and bringing there trash to the dumb for two days really opened my eyes to how far a kind act can go and how much you can impact someone. This experience was really rewarding .
I went and picked up groceries for my family. Because of COVID-19 they could not go themselves.
On April 14th, I donated non-parishable food to Lake Mary High School for those affected by the pandemic.
Assisted a sister in planning her fall schedule and helping her choose which teachers to take.
I was able to go shopping for a few elderly people so they did not risk their health.
I walked 3 dogs for an elderly person.
Created videos for Tiger Academy elementary students of me reading picture books for them to listen/watch at home during quarantine
I really enjoyed doing this because not only was it nice to do something for other people, but it also kept me busy. I have done it more times since then, and i will continue to do it because not many people are able/ willing to leave their houses.
Gate River Run
I helped my grandmother make masks for her and her co-workers at the hospital.
I brought my grandmother groceries and toilet paper.