Acts of Kindness ~ posters to share

I really enjoy these terrific posters and have decided to share them here today. Hopefully you will enjoy them as well. They are a great starting point to get us making our own tear-away posters of kindness.

I feel inspired to make my own versions and put them up around my neighborhood. How about you? What do you think? What would you include on yours? Where can you put up an inspiring poster?ย 

Take What You Need poster

Acts of Kindness poster

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[Images not mine; top one source here; bottom one here]

Author: Gina Day

I enjoy gathering uplifting things for sharing, with hopes of brightening the day.

31 thoughts on “Acts of Kindness ~ posters to share”

    1. I agree completely! I also imagine: bus-stops, corner posts at intersections where pedestrians have to wait for the crossing light, grocery store bulletin boards… I am excited about the possibilities of where to put up my signs!

  1. I need to do some of those that are on the picture above! It’s good to be reminded of such things as making a phonecall to a dear friend you haven’t spoken to for ages.

  2. I really love this. I might take on doing some of poster number one and make poster # 2 to hang up some places. What a thoughtful poster you are.

    *Thank-you!*

    1. Hello and thank you! Yes I too like the idea of forming my own poster from using the best of both these ideas. Maybe we should try and remember to take a photo of our posters and add to our blogs?! Thanks again for your visit and terrific comment. Cheers!

  3. What a wonderful idea, Gina!! I work at our local Food Bank once or twice a month. I am looking forward to making one of these posters to hang there. Also, on the door of our “Nearly New” shop in town… oh, I love the idea of it! Thank you, sweet lady!

    1. The Food Bank is a wonderful place to put up posters like these! Thank you for that inspiration. I think I’ll take one over to my local food bank too. I am so glad you like this idea ๐Ÿ™‚
      Thanks for your kind and supportive comment! Love and Hugs, Gina

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