guerrilla goodness: back to school treasures

September 2, 2011

I love school supplies…there is nothing better than a new set of markers, a pretty journal or super sharp pencils. But what if you got a new back pack AND got some ice cream after?!!! In honor of our good kindness friend Chris and her kindness mission, we thought we would do it over on our little part of the country.

If you are last minute school shopping this weekend, get some fabulous and inspiring supplies and leave a little treasure behind for another kid to find.

Here’s the deal:

1. Baskin Robbins sells $2 gift certificates, which is exactly the cost of a kid’s size cone. Perfect, right?!

2. Buy a few, and attach a little message with a post-it.

Some ideas for messages:

Have a great year at school! Have a little treat on us!

Kindness found you! Enjoy this treat!

Hope you know how sweet you are! Here’s a sweet to remind you!

3. Hide your ice cream treasures in back packs, pencil boxes, thermos canisters, and notebooks at your local store!

4. Grab an ice cream cone for yourself and enjoy the kindness high!

Tell us your story and share pictures if you decide to take on this cool mission…

Check out these cool pics from Kelly and her crew chalking for the first day of school!

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4 Responses to “guerrilla goodness: back to school treasures”


  1. What a great idea!! You’ve inspired me today. I love anonymity in acts of kindness. This is great.

  2. kat Says:

    Aww such a cute idea! Love that Paul Frank notebook! Did you get it at Target?

  3. Kim Says:

    love this idea!

  4. enermazing Says:

    The Magic Kindness Fairy – what a great idea 🙂 – My mind is already spinning with who I could surprise and how…


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