Day #48: Give Through a Donation Drop-Off Box

Day #48: Give Through a Donation Drop-Off Box 1

Neither Stephanie or I enjoy grocery shopping. In fact, there have been a handful of times when we have gone to the grocery store just to come back with almost nothing to eat. We've since learned that it's always best to go with a list.

We just moved to a new campground in Kissimmee, Florida on Wednesday...and since we need to eat, we had to go shopping.

The last few days we have had a big bag of donations in our truck bed. It seems there are always extra things we have to give away (outgrown clothes, trinkets and toys, books, etc) despite our small living space.

We were about to pull out of the Super Target parking lot when Stephanie noticed a donation drop-off unit. It was a big metal box with a door near the top to deposit donations. I pulled the truck up next to it, jumped out, and deposited our bag.

It was a piece of cake.

Our family spent 2011 traveling the USA in an RV, striving to intentionally "give every day" for the glory of God. We interviewed CEOs of nonprofits and served alongside over 40 organizations and churches.

Our Pledge

We hereby pledge:

- To spend intimate, quantity time with our family.
- To actively help the poor, the sick, the lonely, and the helpless.
- To value, protect, and advocate for children.
- To de-emphasize the importance of “stuff” in our lives.
- To bring publicity to good causes and good people.
- To live with intentionality, as if this year was our very last.
- To observe the needs in our country/community – and then do something about them.
- To give – every day.

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