Amazon’s Prime service allows free delivery of items with expedited service and Youtuber Rob Bliss posted a video showing just how Amazon might be used for charity. While Rob’s title is a bit confusing, the video explains it well. Amazon’s “Prime Now” service is a 1-2 hour delivery service and would make sense for getting items to people who move around a lot and don’t have a regular address, but that’s not the only way to use Amazon.
You could find homeless people on the sidewalk or just know a neighbor in need of basic necessities. Perhaps an elderly person or struggling family. No matter how you choose to do it, this is a heart-warming video of just how to act all year, but certainly during the Christmas season and Amazon might just make it a bit easier with their free Prime 2-day shipping. Don’t have Prime? Sign up HERE then think about who you could help.