If I didn't have to worry about money I would go buy a duplex or a four-plex and lease out (for free) the units to battered women and their children so they could get back on their feet and get established before they go back out into "the real world". They would be required to get a job, but rent and all utilities would be covered so they would have the time to save money, buy what they need or didn't take with them and have some cushion for later. Sounds good huh? I will do this one day, but until I am rolling in the dough I will have to come up with another idea.
Well real life is just a tad bid harder. I try to do things all the time when I can. I will buy a meal for a hungry man/woman on the street. No, I don't give them money, but I will walk to the nearest food place and buy them a meal. I have handed over toys & food over Christmas, I have donated clothes and slightly worn school uniforms to those in need. I've donated coats to coat drives. I think that I will not mark a schedule, I will not set a date or a recipient. Instead I will look every day for that someone that is in need right there and come to the rescue. I like the surprise. Why can't it be Pantipalooza everyday?