The temperature is dropping. The nights are drawing in. Winter is coming.
That means it’s time to wrap up warm in your cosiest blanket and snuggle on the sofa watching the TV.
However, as your starting to feel the crisp chill, it is important to keep your heart warm and toasty. So, we are giving you some tips to keep your heart warm this winter!
Volunteering can be a great way to give back to your local community. It doesn’t cost you a penny, but it is worth a great deal to your local charity. There can be a vast array of tasks charities desperately need help with. So, if you are looking for a way to give something back, why not use some of that time spent watching TV and volunteer instead? Your heart will feel warmer than ever!
We all know that it is important to keep ourselves fit and active. Exercise is a fantastic way to boost endorphins and make yourself feel great. So, this could be the perfect chance to keep your heart full whilst challenging yourself. Not only will you be working up a sweat, you will be doing something positive by raising funds for your chosen cause.
A fun and easy way to give back to your local community is to play make a smile lottery. This will keep your heart feeling scorching as you are giving your chosen charity an income they can rely on. make a smile lottery is a weekly lottery offering over 100 guaranteed weekly cash prizes, with a rollover prize of £500, that if not won each week rolls over to a maximum of £25,000! So, not only will you be helping your chosen charity raise vital funds, you have the chance to win big! Its win-win!
If you want to do something good, but want to be a little more creative. Why not put your cooking skills to good use and host a bake sale? This can be a great way to really have some fun whilst raising funds for your chosen charity.
A great way to keep your heart toasty is to simply donate any unwanted goods to your local charity shop. Charity shops rely on donations of kind people like you to raise vital funds. Your unwanted clothes and books could be given a new lease of life by simply donating them. This is also a great way to be sustainable and kind to the environment, by ensuring your clothes are being reused rather than send to landfill.