Holidays

  • Find out How You Can Help Others on World Food Day

    World Food Day is observed on the 16th of October each year. This day is celebrated to honor the date when the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations was founded in 1935. It is also recognized to raise awareness about hunger, as well as encourage the public to take action is to help eliminate world hunger. The World Food Day is celebrated by organizing food drives and distributing free meals for the homeless and less fortunate. If you have the heart to participate in this holiday, here are some of the ways you can take a stand against hunger and make a difference.   Take a photo of your meal and share it on  social media If you think taking photos of your sumptuous meals and uploading them on the social media is meaningless, then you have been thinking wrong. By sharing photos of your meals, you are […]

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  • Teaching Kids How to Share on National Re-Gifting Day

    It’s often thought of as tacky, but is it really? Re-gifting is the practice of individuals giving unused gifts that they received from others. Declared a national holiday by money management website Regiftable.com, National Re-gifting day is celebrated each year on the third Thursday in December. The date was chosen because it’s when companies are most likely to hold their office holiday parties giving individuals the chance to offload unwanted or unused gifts. Re-gifting as a teaching tool At first glance you might not believe that regifting offers any benefit…other than perhaps cleaning out your closets, but this common practice gives parents and child care educators the perfect opportunity to teach kids how to share. Thoughtful giving Gift giving is a way to show someone that you care. Help children to understand that giving someone a gift is not a way to “show off”, so there’s no need to spend […]

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