Service Doesn’t have to be Perfect
Friend January 1989 “Oatmeal, Shovels, and Pyramids” Toby is always serving others, from his grandfather and neighbor to his gymanistic teacher.
Setting an Example of Service
Friend December 2016 “Cookies, Cans, and Christmas” A mother got out of her car in the rain to help a homeless man pick up spilled cans in the road. It makes an impression on her kids.
Service Helps Us Be Happy
Service to Elderly
Friend June 2017 “Making Dolls” Jackson makes dolls for refugees.
Friend June 2017 “Cousin Camp” Cousins do service projects with their grandma.
Friend April 2017 “Erika’s Dream Park” A neighborhood comes together to help make a dying girl’s dream come true of fixing up an old run down park.
Friend January 2017 “Salsa Service” Brooks makes and sells salsa to earn money to help refugees.
Friend March 2017 “Reading for Wheelchairs” Zach reads to people for 10 cents per minute and donates the money to buy wheelchairs for LDS Humanitarian Sevices.
Friend June 1988 “The Deseret Clarinet” A girl learns that giving things to Deseret Industries helps people, and she is then more willing to give away some of her old things. (Link also includes a list of the reasons DI was established.)
Friend April 1988 “Scavengar Hunt” While on a Scavengar hunt, some children find a frail, old lady who doesn’t have any food in her cupboards. They decide to do a different kind of Scavengar hunt and they collect food for the lady.