Help us spread the word and the deeds with these printable posters.
Don’t put posters on telephone or light poles.
You can put posters up on private property, but always get permission from the owner first.
Do not damage property when hanging a poster.
Print out these fun deeds and pass them around. Hang it in your cubicle. On your mirror. On your dashboard. Get inspired to Do the Deed. We have a selection of deed suggestions straight from Miss Kansas, Lauren Werhan, as well.
Need a little guidance on how to use these tools appropriately? Look no further.
Print out a list of deeds. Hang it in your cubicle. On your mirror. On your dashboard. Get inspired to Do the Deed.
Want to track the ripples of your deeds? Download and print these cards and hand them out. Then come back to the site to track the cards.
Print these stencils, cut them out and then tag your pre-approved spot.
Always get permission from the property owner before stenciling.
Never stencil on public streets or sidewalks. If you do, you may risk a fine or arrest.
Do not damage property when stenciling.
Use temporary spray chalk, NOT aerosol spray paint. Spray chalk can be purchased at local hardware stores.