We think giving back is important all year and if you’re reading this campaign then you probably do too! The holidays though are the most wonderful time for giving! We know that this time of year can be incredibly hectic and filled with a lot of activities so this month’s campaign is a little easier than previous ones but just as important.
Holiday shopping has become a breeze now that, for the most part, we can shop online and have presents delivered directly to our door. While we appreciate the ease of online shopping, we especially appreciate the men and women who deliver our packages! Delivery personnel do their very best to deliver our packages on time for the holidays and this is the busiest time of the year for them. They spend long hours in their trucks/vans going door to door to ensure you receive your gifts for your loved ones. It is quite possibly one of the most thankless jobs, as they rarely see the people they are delivering to! However, this month’s campaign is all about showing how thankful we are for all of the delivery men and women this holiday season. It’s the perfect way to give back, show your appreciation, and spread some holiday cheer!
If you haven’t seen this viral video already of a delivery man discovering a box of goodies be sure to check it out! It’s all the encouragement you need to get started! *Disclaimer: we do not own the rights to the video and are sharing purely out of joy!
Items Needed for This Month’s Campaign
- Snacks – ex: goldfish, fruit snacks, granola bars, chips, candy bars, trail mix
- Drinks – ex: water, soda, juice
- Piece of paper
- Box (cardboard or other)
How to Do This Month’s Campaign
Using your marker, write on your piece of paper “USPS, Amazon, FedEx, UPS delivery men and women! Thank you for making holiday shopping easy! Please enjoy some treats on your route today! Happy Holidays!” Tape your piece of paper to your cardboard box. Fill your box with your treats and place in the area where your packages are delivered.
How do you think the delivery men and women will feel when they get their box of goodies?
What are other ways you can give back during the holiday season?