GoRock.com reveals exciting news!

Did you catch our big announcement!?

Last week, we announced Rock It Forward, a fun way to have our painted rocks do even more good. With Rock It Forward, you simply paint rocks with GoRock.com like you have been. Every rock painted with GoRock contributes toward a goal (500 rocks). Once we reach 500 painted rocks, GoRock will make a donation to charity. This month’s charity is Oceana. Learn more about why we chose this charity.

Rock finders can get involved, too! When they find one of your rocks, they are given the opportunity to get more information from GoRock about how they can also make a donation.

Check-in as of April 4

We’re about halfway to our goal and we’ve already had rock finders ask us how they can make a donation. We’re thrilled! Rock It Forward is our way of paying it forward, one painted rock at a time.

Welcome new members

This week’s new GoRock members are from all over the world – the United States (Kentucky, New York, Ohio, Virginia, Indiana, California, Georgia, Texas, Mississippi, S. Carolina, Wyoming, Massachusetts, Oregon, Alabama, Arizona, Nevada, Louisiana, West Virginia), Canada, United Kingdom, New Zealand, Australia and China. We are enjoying the rock creations you’ve added to GoRock.com and can’t wait to see where they will travel! 🌎

Featured member rocks

As we do every Friday, we’re featuring rocks from our GoRock members. Be inspired and paint some of your own rocks!

Once again, we have so many new rocks that have been painted and added to GoRock.com – too many to individually feature here. Here are some of our favorites! (See them all here).

Nice work painters! Not only have you painted some incredible rocks, you’ll be making so many smile with your creations and will have the joy of seeing on a map where your rocks travel!

Rock spotlight

This rock, KimMemorial18, was created as a tribute to a friend. It was painted last August and was just found yesterday in Pennsylvania, eight months later! This rock is a nice reminder that our painted rocks are out there, but sometimes aren’t marked as found for a while (or, ever at all).

See this rock’s journey

We’re seeing more classrooms using GoRock.com as a way to see where rocks travel and get a bit of a geography lesson. This rock, created by dbrwteach1, was recently found. We’re looking forward to seeing where it travels to next!

See this rock’s journey

Rock painting ideas

Our idea list for April is ready! Challenge yourself to paint as many of these designs as possible.

We’d love to see your creations. Post on our Facebook page or tag us on Instagram (@GoRockFun) and share what you’re working on.

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