Some days I don't leave the house. And my service involves not killing the kid or the puppies. (Which is a VALUABLE service, I know, but still.) Here is one of the great service projects that I love taking part in.
Craft Hope is an amazing labor of love. From their website:
"Craft Hope is a faith-based, love inspired project designed to share handmade crafts with those less fortunate. It is our hope to combine our love for crafting and desire to help others into a project to make a difference around the world."
Currently their project is to make sock monkeys for the sweet preschoolers at the Little Heroes Burn Camp. Sock monkeys are super easy and fun to make--I have made them by hand, and on the sewing machine. (The sewing machine is quicker, but by hand means you get to sit down for a full hour-long TV show.) Any kind of socks are welcome--so clean out your lost sock basket and make some monkeys. And know that you are making a difference, even when you are still in your PJs. And leave a comment and be entered to win.
(I think the first drawing will be when we have 33 comments. Because that is how old I am. So, the more you serve, the more you get a chance to win some movie tickets!)