A subreddit that specializes in gift giving. We function on a system of OFFER (giving away something for free) and REQUEST (asking if someone will give you something). Stop on by!
In this subreddit, we provide assistance of all kinds to all people. With few exceptions, we allow requests for most anything that is legal and ethical. Give, request, share, votes, advice, cards, or just a kind word to help you get through the day. Together as a community we can change the world, one redditor at a time.
Community, friends, gifting and fun! Random Acts with an Amazon Wishlist. Gift, get gifted, be merry, and have fun.
This is a subreddit for anyone who would like to give or receive a card for any reason, be it for you or for someone you know. They may be birthday cards, sympathy, support, as a special surprise, a get well soon, something silly or anything you can think of. Cards of all kinds are accepted here whether they are hand made or picked out at a store. The purpose of Random Acts of Cards is to spread a little bit of joy around the world.
If a million people gave a dollar to someone, they could be a millionaire. We are an embodiment of this showerthought: https://redd.it/2mq94c Additionally, you can join our mailing list for monthly reminders at send.redditmm.com
This is a reddit community centered around the exchange of digital PC games - Steam or otherwise. Users may trade their surplus games for money or for other games as long as they follow the rules of this subreddit. You might end up getting scammed if you ignore the stickied safety guide and the AutoModerator warnings sent to your inbox. Your Steam account is required to be linked to your reddit account before being allowed to post here; check the registration section below for details.
r/RandomActsOfChristmas BANNED / PRIVATE
The workshop Santa never told you about... is revamping and getting ready for 2019! See you all soon.
Every year our community on Reddit pools together their resources to provide a Christmas for thousands of people who may not otherwise have one. Families who are struggling to give each other a joyful Christmas can sign up to make a request, and generous givers can spread the joy of Christmas all over the world.
Play it Forward: Receive a game, play it, then give it to someone else. This subreddit is about gifting more than receiving, you are expected to give back if you receive a game. Create a thread to give a game, you can hold a contest or pick a random winner. The winner plays the game, then buys a copy and makes their own giveaway. Please read the complete [rules and guidelines](http://www.reddit.com/r/playitforward/wiki/index/), for all the details.