What I did for my kindness project, was I donated old clothes to the Salvation Army for people in need of clothes. I chose to do this because often times as a kid I didn’t have very many clothes and I feel people shouldn’t have to go through only having a few good shirts and pairs of pants. After I donated the clothes I felt good, it feels good to help people in need. Because I used to be that kid with few shirts. And I know what it’s like to be that kid with only a few decent pairs of clothes. I feel like it made a small difference to me but a big difference to whoever those clothes go to. Even though the clothes will still cost money I’m sure they will be at a much more affordable price for whoever needs them. If I were to do something differently I would have done it sooner, I wouldn’t have put it off for so long.
My Reflection on My Kindness Project
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It’s interesting how you chose not to forget about getting clothes from the Salvation Army and donating to help some kids. I’m certain that shows a solid sense of mature reflection, but moreover, the ability to act on that reflection. Cheers for that!
thanks but my parents never whent to the salvation army by dad had to much pride. but thats why i give. to try and give to kids who have what i didn’t.
I like how you gave back, people can afford salvation army and you’re giving back to your community.