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Giving Thanks by Giving Back: 5 Ways to Get Involved in Your Community This Thanksgiving

As we approach Thanksgiving, we are reminded that, beyond the turkey and festivities, our greatest source of gratitude often lies in the connections we share with those around us.

EazyDone is driven by the power of communities. We value the togetherness that communities provide and recognize that shared efforts and mutual assistance amplify our ability to overcome obstacles. This Thanksgiving season, we encourage everyone to lean into the strength of community and express gratitude with these volunteer opportunities.


1. Volunteer at Local Shelters or Food Banks

Reach out to local shelters or food banks to inquire about volunteer opportunities. Many organizations are in need of extra hands during the holiday season to serve meals, distribute food, or assist with various tasks.

2. Participate in Your Local Turkey Trot

Get a workout in before the big Thanksgiving meal while also fundraising for important organizations in your community.


3. Visit and Support the Elderly

Reach out to local nursing homes or assisted living facilities to see if they would welcome visitors during the holiday season. Spend time chatting, playing games, or sharing a meal with the elderly residents who may be feeling lonely during this time.


4. Sponsor a Family

Contact local social services or community organizations to inquire about sponsoring a family in need. Provide them with a Thanksgiving meal, essential items, or even gift cards to make the holiday season a bit brighter.


5. Organize a Community Potluck

Bring neighbors and community members together by organizing a Thanksgiving potluck. Encourage everyone to contribute a dish, and create a warm, communal atmosphere where people can share good food and conversation. This not only fosters a sense of togetherness but also ensures that everyone has a place to enjoy a hearty meal.


There are so many ways to get involved this holiday season. Make this year’s Thanksgiving especially meaningful by strengthening community connections!

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