A good way to give back on a chilly day is by standing next to some flames and doing some cooking.
"We are cooking hamburgers right now to raise money for our semi-pro football team, which is the Central Texas Wolf Pack," Raul Carrillo said. "It's comprised of first responders."
Carrillo and others on the Central Texas Wolf Pack are part of the National Public Safety Football League, a full-contact league that raises money and awareness for various charities across the country.
"Instead of the players getting paid, whatever money we would get paid, we donate to our charities of our choice," Carrillo said. "All teams in the league are nonprofit."
Each team in the league supports a different charity. The Central Texas Wolf Pack chose the 100 Club of Central Texas, an organization that provides funds for the families of first responders hurt or killed in the line of duty.
The best part is that while working to help charities, members of the league also have a lot fun.
"It's great," Carrillo said. "It's competitive, but at the end of the game, we get together, and we have a good time after the game."