Service Projects


This year, the Grand Worthy Advisor and State Dean have separate service projects.  The State Dean’s Service Project is Feeding Missouri.


The Saint Louis Crisis Nursery provides a short-term, safe haven for 5,000 children a year, birth through age 12, whose families face an emergency caused by illness, homelessness, domestic violence or overwhelming parental stress.  All services are completely free and voluntary.

Random Acts of Kindness: 

This year we want you to try and Be Someone’s Hero with Random Acts of Kindness.

When performing acts of Service, hand out a Missouri Rainbow Act of Kindness card that you can get from your Mother Advisor!

This lets your community know that our organization is about loving and serving others.

You can also take a picture or tell a story and use the hashtag “#MOIORGserves”.


Give an unexpected compliment.

Plant a tree.

Let someone cut in front of you in line.

Pay the toll for the car behind you.

Slow down so someone can merge in front of you in traffic.

Let someone else take that primo parking spot.

Put coins in an expired parking meter.

Give up your seat on a plane so other travelers can sit together.

Buy a warm meal for someone in need.

Help someone struggling to carry their grocery bags.

Stop to assist someone who looks lost.

Offer to return a stranger’s grocery cart to the front of the store.

Keep plastic bags filled with snacks and sample-size toiletries in your car to give to the homeless. 

Donate flowers to a nursing home.

Hand out disposable water bottles to people working outside on a hot day.

Buy a gift card to hand to someone on your way out of the coffee shop.

Leave a great coupon next to that item in the grocery store.

Pick up a piece of litter on the street and throw it out.

Pass along a compliment to a service worker’s boss.

Take the time to write a great online review for a restaurant you love.

Pay for the meal of the people at the next table. (Leave before they realize what you’ve done.)

Leave a positive comment on a news article or blog post.

Learn CPR.

Previous service projects have included: