During the 2018 Wellness Conference in Blue Ash, Ohio, one of our workshop presenters was Megan Murphy, founder of The Kindness Rocks Project. From their website: Our goal is simple, connect many, inspire many, and create a kinder world! Fire Hero Family members created a group called FireHeroesRock, where you can post photos of the rocks you paint, hide, and find.
If you are stuck at home right now and looking for things to pass the time, this is a great opportunity to paint some rocks in support of fallen heroes, as well as those in fire service, law enforcement, medical fields, and others who are fighting this outbreak on the front lines. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, Megan Murphy has asked that people not hide rocks until contact restrictions are lifted, but you can share them on social media now and hide them later.
For the full scoop on how this works and what you need to get started, use #FireHeroesRock to find the group on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The Fire Hero Family Programs team is here for you. While we are adapting to these new circumstances, we are researching ways to bring resources, workshops, and meetings to you virtually. In the coming weeks, we will provide resources and information to help you stay connected.