Christmas Gratitude: How to Fuel Up Delivery Drivers & Spread Kindness This Holiday Season by Donna John


Christmas Gratitude: How to Fuel Up Delivery Drivers & Spread Kindness This Holiday Season

Who has ordered something this holiday season and found it waiting on the porch when you got home? Was it Christmas elves? No. Well, kind of. USPSUPS and FedEx workers are kind of like magical elves this time of year. Elves that work their butts off. Why not spread holiday cheer and kindness by leaving a box on your front porch filled with drinks and snack items to show how much you appreciate their hard work – and help fuel them up for their next stops? 

Simply get a cardboard box or plastic box, make a sign with a homemade message or use this free printable sign, attach it to the box and then fill it with single-serving snacks and drinks. Here are some ideas for your box:

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And because of the coronavirus pandemic, be sure to include a travel-size hand sanitizer, too. If you do put together a box for the delivery workers, snap a photo and share it below! Happy holidays!

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Elisa Schmitz
What a wonderful idea, Donna John ! These folks truly are the magical elves this time of year. Thank you for sharing such an easy way to make a difference!
Tiffany Zook
This is amazing! Can’t wait to start this new tradition.

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