Helping Hands & Paws
“We each have three resources: time, money, and energy. Make sure to give of each of these resources to a human or animal in need.”
Henry recognizes the challenging economic times we’re facing, but there are unique ways to make a difference, without spending money.
Join us in our new project “Helping Hands & Paws” by doing something helpful in your small corner of the world.
People can help others in so many ways—mow an elderly neighbor's lawn; give food to a food bank or an animal shelter; walk a sick or elderly neighbor's dog; make an afghan for a neighbor or area shelter; make cards to share with residents at a senior center—the possibilities are endless.
So put on your thinking caps and come up with your own special Helping Hands & Paws idea. Once you’ve completed it, email us your story at firstname.lastname@example.org explaining your gift of kindness/good deed.
Let us know if you’d like to have your story shared in our weekly blog or newsletter.