Trick Or Trot 5K Run/Walk for Safe Schools

 

 

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SIX WAYS YOU CAN JOIN THE PARTY:

Help shape the festivities and join the event planning committee. Contact Brian J. at brianj@gsafewi.org to join our team!

 

Become a superhero! Our superheroes have a long tradition of inspiring others to contribute to the mission of GSAFE by forming teams and raising funds. Bonus: Trick or Trot superheroes will receive a GSAFE hoodie to rock their superhero pride all year long and an outpouring of gratitude from the GSAFE community. Just select “Become a Fundraiser” when you register for the 5K.

 

Show some love as an event sponsor. Connect with families and Wisconsin community members in a fun and exciting way. We are now accepting fiscal and in-kind sponsorship. Click here to learn more and make your pledge to support safe schools!

 

Volunteer on the day of the event as a cheerleader, face painter or activity facilitator, court marshal, candy passer outer, or help us out with registration and other logistics. This is a great job for groups or organizations, so gather your crew and contact amber@gsafewi.org for more information.  Click here to sign up to volunteer.

 

Walk/Run our playful and supportive 5K route around the capitol while stopping for treats along the route. All participants receive a t-shirt, goodie bag and some halloween swag. Witches receive a purple shirt and a pointy witches hat, pumpkins receive an orange shirt and a green beanie, and black cats receive a black shirt and cat ears! Click here to register!  Prices increase after July 31st.

 

Tell your friends. Know someone who might be interested in supporting Trick or Trot? Share the Trick or Trot event on social media, and get your friends, classmates, and colleagues together to form a team. The more the merrier!

 

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amy-testimonial“GSAFE’s LTI helped me become the person and activist I wanted to be, and helped me hone my skills so I could be a better leader.  I discovered myself in ways I never imagined.” – Amy, Former GSAFE Youth Activist