There are many ways you can spread holiday cheer.
Pick a name or two from a Salvation Army Angel Tree. You can find these in stores like JC Penny and fitness Centers like the RUSH!
Hunting for that perfect Christmas tree?
Smokey Mountain Vintage Lumber in the Happy Holler is giving 10 percent of their sales to the Helen Ross McNabb Center, Kidney Foundation and other charities.
Loss Sheep Ministries served it's traditional Thanksgiving meal to the homeless, but they still need dry spaghetti and beans, and coats, sizes large and extra large. Bring those to Mercedes of Knoxville.
Wendy's restaurants is collecting new toys, pajamas, socks and underwear, all sizes for the Boys and Girls club of Knoxville.
Blankets, socks, cds and dvd's make great gifts for people with Alzheimer's or Dimentia. Drop gifts off at Lexus of Knoxville and Alzheimer's Tennessee volunteers will make special deliveries.
Then kick back and enjoy a holiday tradition, the nutcracker. And, you can support the Appalachian Ballet Company.
These are just a few ideas to show your volunteer spirit and stay on Santa's good list!