Jessica’s Kindness Rocks

Hello and welcome to Jessica’s Kindness Rocks page!

My assumption is that you have either come here due to social media, because you follow us, OR because you were lucky enough to find one of Jessica’s rocks!

First off, I would like to explain what these are and the story behind them: The Kindness Rocks project was created to bring communities together by spreading kindness through these rocks which are painted with encouraging messages, quotes, jokes; something to make the finder smile.

A few of Jessica’s rocks!

Jessica is one of the sweetest and kindest people you’ll ever meet and as the Kindness Rocks project has spread throughout our very own community her interest in it has grown.

Jessica has not personally found a Kindness Rock but her younger brother and sister and her dad all have; she’s seen the excitement and joy they’ve had when finding one and it has inspired her to make some of her own! Over time she has put a lot of thought into what she’d like her rocks to say and look like as well as where she’d like to hide them.

So, if you have come here because you found one of Jessica’s Kindness Rocks here’s what you can do:

  1. You can take a photo of the rock or where you found the rock and use the hashtag #JKR so that Jessica can see your story/rock! She would love to know where you found it!
  2. You can tag our Instagram in your post!
  3. If you’d like to keep the rock you can. Or you can rehide the rock for someone else to find!
  4. You can also comment on this post telling us where you found your rock so others can see the journey it has been on!

You can also post your rock on the Berks County Rocks Facebook page!

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