1st Annual Zombie Survival Hunt – September 17, 2016

2016 Zombie Survival Hunt

Visit www.ZombieSurvivalHunt.com to Register Now!

What is Zombie Survival Hunt? 

It is YOUR opportunity to test your zombie survival skills in a county-wide race for B-R-A-I-N-S! Registrants are encouraged to participate in the zombie costume contest, but are not required to be in costume to participate in the event. This event that is sure to be fun for all ages! All proceeds will go towards bringing the Don’t Be A Monster, bullying prevention program to a school near you this October!

In order to participate, you must have a means of transportation as this is a county-wide scavenger hunt in a race against time.  Participants may carpool if they wish, but only one winner will be chosen.

Awards will be given for Best Zombie, Best Themed Location and of course… the Zombie Survival Hunt Winner!

What is Don’t Be A Monster?

Don’t Be A Monster is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that works alongside haunted houses throughout the U.S. to put on unique and entertaining bullying prevention assemblies in schools for students in 4th-10th grade. Our mission is simple: we hope to educate and empower youth to be leaders in their school around diversity, inclusiveness, and show them how to stand up for their friends and peers. We focus on the choices a student can make when it comes to bullying, and how these choices will impact their lives as well as the lives of those around them. What makes Don’t Be A Monster unique is the way we deliver this message.

Our program is delivered in the months of September and October during National Bullying Prevention Awareness Month and the Halloween season. Our program is effective: 99.23% of schools evaluated post-presentation find our material beneficial for their students.

During our assemblies, students will be challenged to evaluate their understanding of community and how to be more inclusive of those around them. We believe in a proactive approach. By teaching students concepts like diversity, expanding their social circles, being a leader, and evaluating how they treat themselves and their peers – we feel that bullying will start occurring less in schools. Additionally, students will leave the presentation equipped with the tools they need to have an educated and empathetic discussions with their peers.

Currently, our school presentations are held in the cities of Anderson, Atlanta, Austin, Chicago, Cleveland, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Kansas City, Kingston, Lake Charles, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Salt Lake City, San Antonio, Seattle, St. Louis, and Waukesha.

For more information about Don’t Be A Monster, visit www.dontbeamonster.org.

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