Your Child’s Boy or Girl Scout Leader
A scout leader has the innate ability to keep your child’s attention, while occupying them with fun and educational activities. Your child may moan over his or her homework, but you can be sure he or she will be roaring to go to boy scout or girl scout meetings each week! Many scout troops cancel meetings during the holiday season, so it’s easy to forget to gift your child’s scout leader. This year, keep a few Christmas chocolate boxes on hand, and gift one to the scout leader – she or he will so appreciate your thoughtfulness!
Your Child’s Significant Other
Is your son or daughter of the age where they bring their significant other to family dinners? Welcome them into your family (or at least your dinner table!) by extending the holiday spirit to them with a Christmas Chocolate Box. It’s a gesture that sends a handshake across the table and helps break the ice – and we know the significant other will breathe a sigh of relief for it!
Your Religious Leader
Do you attend regular religious services? Your religious leader puts a great deal of time and effort each week into creating an inspirational service, while continually extending all of himself or herself into bettering your local community. Gifting this person with a Christmas chocolate box is a thoughtful, meaningful gesture that will not be lost on him or her.
Your Child’s School Bus Driver
Doesn’t driving around all day and getting paid for it sound like a dream job? Now add forty “enthusiastic” kids to the mix and dicey winter driving conditions, and it becomes one of the most difficult jobs out there. Your child’s school bus driver has to be quite responsible and ensure your kids get to school on time, and for that, we think he or she deserves the delectable treats inside a Christmas chocolate box. It’s a small gift that really goes far in showing how much you appreciate one of the people who has your child’s safety in mind.