International Drop a Rock Day 2020: One Word, One Goal – Together! by Renee Herren

International Drop a Rock Day 2020: One Word, One Goal – Together!

International Drop a Rock Day 2020 was a big success! This worldwide event was originally created by Word Rocks Project to bring people all around the globe together. On July 3, 2020, people from all over the world, many of whom belong to rock painting groups, painted and hid rocks for others to find. 

What’s special about the rocks hidden on International Drop a Rock Day is that they all have the same message. The theme this year is “Together.”

The purpose of painting and hiding a “Together” rock is to remind others that together we can do more and do better. This simple act of kindness can make a powerful impact, so please join me on July 3 and make a difference!

Happy rock painting, hiding and possibly finding!

Photos: Kristen Corson and Anne Kuhfuss

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Rock Painting Groups: Making a Difference With Small Acts of Kindness

Elisa A. Schmitz 30Seconds
So wonderful! I look forward to your rock painting posts every year, Renee Herren . What a great thing to do to inspire people everywhere. This year, even more important. I love the theme and the goal. Thank you for sharing this!
Ann Marie Gardinier Halstead
I love this yearly event and I love this year's word! Can't wait to see all the togetherness rocks. Thanks, Renee Herren !
Cassiday
What a wonderful idea! 🥰
Michael Kennedy
Always loved this...we'll get it going again! Thanks Renee!

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