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Paige Ellington
HERE ARE A LOT OF GOOD DEEDS YOU CAN DO FOR 9/11 DAY (and year-around!)

Kids... please ask your parents if the idea you choose is safe and appropriate for you to do!

Make a lemonade stand and donate the profits.
Be kind to someone in your school that needs a friend.
Bake cookies for your neighbor.
Plant flowers in a neighbor's yard (with their permission).
Help wash the dishes.
Play games with your siblings.
Play with a lonely student on the playground.
Clean your room without being asked.
Paint your friend a picture.
Make your teacher a thank-you card.
Donate old toys to a charity or homeless shelter.
Pick up litter (with gloves and a garbage bag).
Give your friends and classmates compliments.
Send your grandma a friendly note.
Make a bake sale and donate the profits.
Hold the door open for someone behind you.
Rake leaves in your neighbor’s yard.
Write letters to soldiers.
Help new students find their way around school.
Tell your friends why you like them.
Write a thank-you note for the mailman.
Donate old clothes to charity.
Make a craft for a friend.
Leave kindness stones around the park.
Wave and smile at people on the street.
Leave friendly notes around school.
Teach someone something new.
Deliver food or baked cookies to your local fire or police station.
Make your bed.
Give clothing that you've outgrown to Goodwill, Salvation Army, or another charity.
Give away a winter coat you don't wear.
Give away shoes.
Give away toys or stuffed animals you don't play with anymore.
Donate pet food to a local animal shelter.
Do a good deed for yourself – you count, too!
Make 9/11 the day do something to help yourself.