It's Christmas! The day is not only for fun and enjoyment, but also to spare a thought to those who are in dire need of help. Apart from adults who can be surprised with a scarf or an accessory, the ones who would be surprised by a gift would be children. Children are the gift of God and it is our moral responsibility to wipe their tears. It doesn't matter what the gift is or the amount of money you spend on it, even a small candy brings smile to a kid's face. The simpler the gift is more the children tend to love it. There are innumerable choices for charity gifts for kids which include chocolates, art kits and toy kits, games, pencils, drawing tools and papers which serve handy for kids. Go through the article to know more about the various ideas for Christmas charity gifts for kids and adults.
Is there any kid who doesn't love art kits which guarantee fun and enjoyment? While searching for a gift to give for kids' charity, these arts kits are the best option. Try buying an art kit and fill it with colour pencils, crayons, water colours and paints. It would be very sweet of you if you could a spare a few more hours to buy some drawing paper, drawing books and other tools in a gift bag; a drawing crazy child would love to have it. Buying a book which helps the child in drawing and art games like Spiro graph helps them to develop their creative skills.
You can think about buying a gift bag and filling it with various games like dominoes, Sorry, Monopoly and other electronic games which the kids would love to play with. Giving checkers or chess would also be a good idea. Make sure that the electronic items are accompanied with additional batteries. You can also give outdoor equipments like a base ball bat, bicycle or a jump rope.
Toys make a great gift for children. Soft toys, stuffed animals, baby dolls and teddy bears would add a beautiful glow to the face of a kid. Imagine a girl getting a Barbie doll along with a set of clothes so that she can dress her up and comb her hair. Fashion dolls, bears and animals which make noises when hugged serve not only as toys but are the closest that the little ones can get to pets. Nowadays, you get toys in the form of cartoon characters too such as Dora the Explorer and Diego which the children would certainly love for Christmas.
Staying involved in some charity is a good thing all year round. However, it gains special importance on Christmas because it is in a holiday season when grief is more likely to strike people and hence, additional efforts from the fortunate ones make the most difference then.