Girl hunt dating

I just LOVE this adorable printable to go along with the ding dong ditch inviting the recipient to then perform their own random act of kindness. My hubby and I also took the opportunity to write a few thank you notes to those who matter most to us and those who serve in our community. We also stopped by a few family’s homes to leave them messages in chalk on their driveways.I loved how this random act of kindness gave me the chance to dust off those artistic skills!(; Along with notes in chalk we stopped at a hospital and left little notes for people to find on their cars!

Thanks to Jen at Jen T By Design, we have the world’s CUTEST printable to accompany this service date night!

First be sure to let your friends know when and where with this ADORABLE invitation created just for them!

When date night rolls around be sure to have a few essential tools on hand to help the scavenger hunt go smoothly {each couple will be going to the store but it might be nice to provide a few tools for them to use}.

Be sure to have: Hand out a scavenger hunt checklist and pack of printables to each couple and let the fun begin!

We’ve included a list of rules as well as 25 different random acts of kindness to perform throughout the night!

Although the goal is to see who can complete the MOST tasks, remember WHY we are doing this service scavenger hunt and make sure your random acts of kindness and good deeds come from the heart with true effort (: Here is a little sneak peak at some of my favorite random of acts of kindness from our group date night!

First we decided to ding dong ditch some diapers to a few of the new parents we know!

Today we have an awesome group date night idea that not only lets you have a blast with your friends but also gives you the perfect opportunity to perform random acts of kindness for those in the community around you!

We have the ultimate list of service ideas to keep you busy all night long on this service scavenger hunt date night!

Gandhi once said: “The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” There’s not a truer statement out there.

That’s why this weekend we challenge you to gather a few of your favorite couples and join us on a service scavenger hunt!

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  1. I just LOVE this adorable printable to go along with the ding dong ditch inviting the recipient to then perform their own random act of kindness. My hubby and I also took the opportunity to write a few thank you notes to those who matter most to us and those who serve in our community. We also stopped by a few family’s homes to leave them messages in chalk on their driveways.

  2. I loved how this random act of kindness gave me the chance to dust off those artistic skills!

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