We give our love away. On Valentine's. 

We make Valentine's Day cards, sometimes we even host crafting parties, and then on February 14th we unleash an artillery of love. It's our way of recognizing the humanity in everyone. Though what we give are mere pieces of paper, the spirit behind them the movement is much greater than glitter and doilies. It's about building the bonds of community and sparking joy.

While our movement is international, it all started on the streets of Brooklyn in 2013, thanks to our founder, Erika Anderson. Our work has been profiled in Good Morning America, New York Daily News, Buzzfeed, The Lo-Down, a radio station out of Sydney (2ser), Mic.com, Hello Giggles, a Sirius channel and Dame Magazine.

Become a part of the story by joining us, covering it, or using the hashtag #armyoflovers

Header image by Eddie McShane