A special place dedicated to Alyssa Noelle Audette. In working with The Kindness Rock Project we wanted a place to share stories, memories and rocks (or shells) with those all around the country and maybe even world. Alyssa left us in November 2011 leaving a hole in the hearts of all that loved her. We want to continue on sharing her stories, her light and passion which included animals, the beach and tripping over her own two feet. We invite you to take part in painting shells or rocks with beautiful, bright colors with perhaps fun quotes, lady bugs or her favorite, penguins and leave these gems around for other people to stumble upon. Make sure you hashtag it with #AlyssasWishes to make sure people can come here and learn about Alyssa and the goals of The Kindness Rocks Project.
Much love to you all.
It all started with a single stone on a beach in Cape Cod and now spans the globe. The Kindness Rocks Project, founded by Megan Murphy, is based on the profound truth that one message at the right moment can change someone’s day, their outlook, and, indeed, their whole life. The messages on these thoughtful pebbles take many forms: gratitude, affirmations, encouragement, and offers of hope—all signposts along the way for someone to find at exactly the right time.
Please help us continue the work Alyssa hoped to do by contributing to these charities:
Kent Animal Shelter is a no-kill non-profit (501c-3) animal shelter serving eastern Long Island.
The New York Marine Rescue Center is a rescue and rehabilitation organization that promotes marine conservation. Our mission is to preserve and protect the marine environment through conservation efforts including rescue, rehabilitation, education and research. As a 501(c)(3) non-profit, we are the primary responders for sick or injured seals, sea turtles, dolphins, porpoises and small toothed whales, and maintain the only marine mammal and sea turtle rehabilitation center in New York State.
Wayside Waifs is committed to finding homes for all adoptable pets. Wayside is the largest pet adoption campus in Kansas City, in 2018 Wayside adopted more than 5,600 animals in loving forever homes. Wayside does not euthanize adoptable animals, and there are no time limits for animals in our care. Only animals suffering from significant medical issues or those that pose a danger are humanely euthanized. Wayside Waifs is proud to be a part of Kansas City's no kill community.
The Animal Assistance League of Slidell provides all the food, medical care, comfort, and support items for the animals held at the Slidell Animal Control Shelter. Tax payer dollars are not normally used for such items.