At-Home Projects You Can Do Right Now!
These are strange times and many of us are feeling helpless and want to do something meaningful, something that will make even a small difference.
Below are several ways you can touch someone's heart, make them feel cared for and less alone and isolated.
Please help promote neighborly spirit to older adults and let them know they’re in our thoughts and we’re thinking of them during these especially difficult times. Recipients are living alone and do not have nearby family . You will assemble the kit and bring them to one of our drop spots (address list is at bottom) and we will then transport them to the recipients. Kits can include activities that older adults can do while at home, snacks or just a little something to brighten someone’s day. Below are a few possible items to include - please use your imagination!
Handwritten notes/cards - we’re thinking about you and hope you’re staying well. Stumped on what to say? We’ve included some examples of possible cards below.
Jigsaw Puzzles ● Lip Balm / Lotion / Hand Sanitizer
Adult Coloring Books ● Gum
Crossword/Sudoku Puzzles ● Popcorn - microwavable
Magazines ● Candy - chewy, hard and chocolate
Books you’d like to share ● Tootsie Rolls / Pops
Art Materials - pens, colored pencils, sketch pad, etc
Here are some examples of some cute, easy cards that you can attach to your Kindness Kit or Flower Bouquet. You are also welcome to make cards and we will make sure to deliver them - just to brighten someone's day!
TISSUE PAPER FLOWER BOUQUETS
Feeling a bit more crafty - put together an everlasting bouquet of tissue paper flowers to brighten someone’s table. Assembled bouquets should be dropped off at any location listed below. These bouquets will be shared with community members of A Little Help.
4 Different Types of Tissue Paper Flowers
THANK A HERO SIGNS
Break out your creativity and art supplies to make thank you signs for the team members who work at assisted living facilities throughout Colorado. Because of COVID-19, these care partners deserve to be recognized and thanked.
We can help!
Not feeling crafty? We have templates that you can just print and go!
Signs will be collected over the next several weeks. Our first round for delivery be must be received no later than Thursday, June 18th at one of the addresses at the bottom of this email.
MASKS FOR THOSE WHO SERVE
Making masks is a huge help and these will go to A Little Help.
Here is a link with instructions for both SEW or NO-SEW MASKS!
You choose whichever method is best for you!
Masks can be dropped off at one of the locations listed below!
9061 Sunset Ridge Court
Highlands Ranch, CO 80126
Greenwood Village near Orchard & Dayton
9470 E. Lake Circle
Greenwood Village, CO 80111
Greenwood Village near Littleton High School
1020 E. Sunset Ridge
Greenwood Village 80121
5607 E. Southmoor Circle
7754 S. Elm Court
Centennial, CO 80122
more at-home projects coming soon!
Our priority is always to make lives better and to help those in need. We can't do that if we are sick.
Due to COVID 19,
all PROJECT OUR TOWN
in -person programs and events have been postponed.
As soon as we have clear information about when it will be safe for us to reschedule, new dates will be set.
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Other Ways to Help:
1. CONSIDER Weekend of Action volunteer leadership opportunities like:
Being a Project Captain
If you are interested, contact us!
2. COLLECT and/or DONATE toiletries for Nate's Way! More info HERE!
3. MAKE A DONATION or BE A SPONSOR! The more money that is donated, the more people we are able to help. If you would like to make a financial contribution, or your company is looking for sponsorship opportunities, contact us and we will help you find the perfect fit! More info HERE!