I am very excited to share that I have joined THE KINDNESS ROCKS PROJECT® as an Ambassador! This will give me the opportunity to share even more messages of kindness on this blog and my other social media sites!
To align with the launch of this new website, I’m using the new hashtag #goodrocklove on all the Kindness Rocks I paint going forward! By using this unique hashtag on my blog, on my rocks, and on my rock photos shared on Instagram and Pinterest, my goal is to help folks to find out more about THE KINDNESS ROCKS PROJECT® and two local painted rock kindness efforts, Smilow Rocks and Glastonbury Rocks!
The Kindness Rocks Project, founded by author and lecturer Megan Murphy, is a national movement which encourages people to leave rocks painted with inspiring messages along the path of life. Follow the hashtag #TheKindnessRocksProject to see examples of this inspiring movement! (I use #tkrp on my rocks)
Smilow Rocks started with a single caregiver looking for a way to connect to others at Smilow Cancer Hospital on the Yale campus in New Haven, CT. The first Smilow Rocks event took place in the Healing Garden. These events ar designed to spread joy, kindness and encouragement to patients, caregivers and staff. Follow #SmilowRocks on Instagram and on Facebook
Created in 2017, Glastonbury Rocks is a Facebook Group for “Kindness Rocks” project participants in Glastonbury, Connecticut. The first rock I found was during a walk along the Connecticut River here in town. Members often hide the rocks around town or even while traveling, and many times will re-hide the rocks to spread the kindness to others. Our local elementary school, Hopewell School, is even an Official Kindness Rocks Project Certified School after launching their Kindness Rock Garden!
If you are interested in spreading kindness and inspiration through painting rocks yourself, there are lots of helpful hints online.
My AMAZON links are part of the Amazon Affiliates Network and I regularly try to raise funds for Charity by selling certain arts & crafts supplies through my links.
When I am not participating in a special fundraiser, the profits from sales resulting from purchases made directly from visitors who shop after clicking my Affiliate Links are used to help pay for web hosting to keep this Blog online!
I’ve created a list of my favorite rock painting arts & crafts supplies along with links to those products on Amazon as well as a link to The Kindness Rocks Project supply list. Click here to learn more!