Succot

Have your school or synagogue partner with Habitat for Humanity and build a house for someone less fortunate

Promote homelessness awareness in your community
 
Help a neighbor build their Sukkah
 
Invite an child to a holiday meal

Offer to share your lulav and etrog with someone who does not have one

Arrange a Sukkah decorating event for you synagogue

Have a Sukkah decoration drive for people who cannot afford to beautify their Sukkah

Create a community gemach for old sukkot and related holiday items

Arrange a community wide event to take place during chol hamoed

In the spirit of the Ushpizin, the tradition of inviting one of the seven biblical leaders (Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Moses, Aaron, Joseph and David) to our sukkah each night of sukkot, invite people who would otherwise eat alone

Offer to help someone build their sukkah