Join Frank and Don’t Be A Monster this August in raising funds for our bullying-prevention program while also celebrating we’re only 75 DAYS from Halloween! Don't Be A Monster's mission is to educate and empower youth to stand up for themselves and their peers by building a community where everyone is included, no matter their differences.
We are going to WALK or RUN for kindness, inclusivity, and to build community! You can join us VIRTUALLY anytime the weekend of August 15th and 16th as an individual or with a team. You choose the location and distance you walk and simply keep track of how far you go for your pledged donations. Costumes aren’t required but we are always ready for Halloween at Don’t Be A Monster! Or, you could pick up some swag from our online store. Either way, you’ll have an awesome participant bib sent your way once you register.
Ready to join us in raising funds and excitement for Don’t Be A Monster and Halloween?
Simply follow the following steps:
1. Register for the event. You can choose to register as an individual or to make/join a team.
2. Set-up your individual fundraising page. We will send you additional fundraising information once you register!
3. Get ready to walk, run, bike, skateboard, or skip with Frank the weekend of August 15th!
Who is Don’t Be A Monster?
Don’t Be A Monster is a nationally recognized 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that works alongside Haunted Attractions in the United States. We are the largest nonprofit organization in the Haunted Attraction community. We offer free, unique, and entertaining bullying prevention assemblies for students in 4th-10th grade.
What People Say About Don’t Be A Monster
“I really feel the presentation sends a powerful message about needing to be kind and treating others the way you want to be treated. After the assembly students can also use the terminology about being an upstander and what that means and looks like. - Geisler Middle School, Walled Lake, MI
“A student expressed to me that they understood how Frank felt because they had felt that way too before. This presentation empowered the student to speak out what was occurring and because they spoke up the student was able to get help for themselves and the other student. Thanks!” - Frank Madla Elementary, San Antonio, TX