52 Ways to Give Simple, Bite-Sized Service

by | Dec. 26, 2017

Mormon Life


  1. Send a letter or email to a relative you haven't talked to in a while. Make sure to ask thoughtful questions and share your love and/or testimony as you feel prompted by the Spirit.
  2. Volunteer to feed the missionaries, or donate a little extra to Fast Offerings.
  3. Take time this week to help someone in need. For example you could tutor a student in a subject you know well, cook extra food and bring dinner to someone who needs it, or help with a carpool.
  4. Make a positive comment on a website or blog.
  5. Think of something you are good at. Find a way to use it to benefit another person, such as with music, food, or a listening ear.
  6. Offer your seat to someone wherever you are.
  7. Do someone else’s household chore for them.
  8. Take time to talk to a homeless person you see frequently. A few kind words can go a long way.
  9. Help with kids in sacrament meeting. Sometimes Mom needs a little extra help with the kids.
  10. Give someone a ride. This could be a friend, an elderly person, or someone with an injury.
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