depends on where you live, i might say a summer camp or daycare center or something, like if you go to church you could help out at something there, or if you are a specific day camp veteran you could ask to be a helper or assistant/ counselor, maybe if you do a sports league you could help the really little kids... other that that i'd definitely say you could do stuff like snow shoveling in winter, lawn mowing, and other household or outside stuff, especially for new parents and old people. you know, picking up dog poo walking dogs, any little thing like that could get you a few extra bucks... hope that helps
Cut grass, shovel driveways, clean neighbourhood houses, wash windows, have a car wash, dog walk...(post signs in your neighbourhood, advertise in the paper, talk to your neighbours, etc...to get these jobs)
News paper delivery,paint a fence or a shed,walk dogs,clean inside an outside of cars,in winter time carry people trash cans out and back to the house after trash day charge dollar each way if you just did 10 homes that is $20.I use to live on a lake take row boat out clean sea weed out in the lake in front of there homes so they could swim.Yuck! I still can not believe I did that! But made $10 an area.lol,Back in the olden days.Good luck:)
Newspaper delivery-and if u get more then one route you can make decent money for your age. McDonald's doesn't hire until 16. Your local library usually hires 14 year olds for a few hours after school--you should definitely check with yours. My son worked at our local library until he was 16 n they paid decently,also it allows you to meet and get to know people in your community which makes for some great job connections like mowing lawn,shoveling snow,walking their dogs,etc..... GOOD LUCK!!