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5 Subtle But Major Ways to Give Back This Holiday Season

5 Subtle But Major Ways to Give Back This Holiday Season

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Honest moment: sometimes it's easy for giving back to be pushed to the back burner by all the other things going on during the holidays.


But if you're someone wanting to indulge in your charitable endeavors this holiday season, no worries, we're sharing 5 effortless ways to make a difference by doing things you already love to do:

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You're already going to shop for gifts. Why not get a little more conscious about opportunities to donate at checkout? Regardless of whether you're dropping spare change into a jar or using a card reader to donate, you'll be making a worthwhile difference. If you really want to knock it out of the park, you can also practice shopping socially responsible brands who have a focus on giving back. That way, every time you make a purchase, you also contribute to change.

What are some of your favorite ways to give back to the community? Tell us below in the comments!

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