Society is the place where we live and there is lot of difference between living status of people live in same society. Technically society means “A society is a group of people involved in persistent social interaction, or a large social grouping sharing the same geographical or social territory, typically subject to the same political authority and dominant cultural expectations. Societies are characterized by patterns of relationships (social relations) between individuals who share a distinctive culture and institutions; a given society may be described as the sum total of such relationships among its constituent members.”
It’s every person’s duty to give back to society as much as they can—in fact, it’s a joy. You don’t have to have a lot of money to make charitable donations; any effort makes a huge difference to someone who’s in need. If you want to give back to society in the biggest way possible, sometimes the smallest acts are the kindest and richest.
You can also donate money if that’s the best or only way you can help. Try to raise funds from others in the community is a vital way to raise community moral and build relationships within the community. Money will give much-needed support to a variety of programs. If you can donate your time, that’s even better. Spend time with the children, watch them, help them, or teach them.
Provide Food and Shelter to Those in Need
It’s a heartbreaking but undeniable truth that a lot of people in this country, and in the world, are homeless. They have no homes and no regular access to food. There are war veterans, single mothers with babies, and entire families suffering nation wide. Devote your time and resources to helping the homeless and making their life a little more convenient.
If you have clothing, blankets, toiletries, and non-perishable foods at hand, give them to someone who needs them and will truly benefit from them. Homeless shelters, and women’s shelters to do everything you can to make life better for deserving people who often have no way to improve their tragic circumstances.
Use Your Skills to Teach and Help
Do you have a skill? Perhaps you’re good at playing or teaching music. If so, get your hands on some secondhand instruments and start a music program for a school that can’t fund one. Even if you have to go outside the school, it will do the children a world of good.
Are you good at math? Then try to teach basic calculations to the uneducated person around you. Make baby clothes for your neighbor or cook dinner for the people living on roadside. Remember: the smallest acts have the biggest impact.
There are dozens of ways you can give back to society, even if you start with your own community. What’s the kindest thing you’ve ever done for someone else?