Get ready to run AMOK and perform acts of kindness in your local community.
AMOK stands for the Annual Melee of Kindness – it’s a global day of kindness! No matter who you are or where you are in the world, we are inviting you to spend one day in March performing kind deeds for people in your local area or community. AMOK 2015 will be held March 21-22.
Put your thinking caps on. We’re encouraging people to go out into their local communities and perform kind acts for those in need. This can range from the simple such as cooking a meal for a family in need, through to the more extravagant such as putting on a play for the kids in your local hospital. The important thing is we want to try and spend the day having a positive and meaningful impact on people’s lives.
AMOK 2014 has been our biggest to date with 859 participants, 310 acts performed and 22 countries involved.
All you need to do is start thinking about what you would like to do for AMOK this year. If you need some help visit our forum, where you can see what other people in your region are doing, as well as make contact with your local Regional Representative who will be able to provide assistance if you need it. Then, once AMOK is over, you just need to go here to share all the awesome video and/or photos of you in action.
Please note: Children under the age of 18 require the consent of a parent or legal guardian to participate in all Random Acts sponsored events and to volunteer with Random Acts.
As well as AMOK we have Class Act which allows you to enter your act for consideration for an award if you are under 18 and part of a school group. Simply click the above link once your act is completed to find full details on how to submit your act.
You can apply for funding for your act by filling in this form. Note that you will need to provide receipts/proof of purchase for any expenses you accrue.
Please ensure you read and understand the terms and conditions of this event. In simple terms you need to make sure that what you’re going to do is legal, ethical and honest. In the fancy legal terms we’re required to use, that means:
Not a problem. If you have any further queries or need any further assistance you can get in touch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Random Acts is not responsible for any losses or injuries sustained during a Random Acts event. Participants are expected to conduct themselves in a manner conducive to the rules and regulations of all Random Acts events and activities. Participation in any Random Acts event or activity indicates automatic acceptance of the terms and conditions laid out by Random Acts. Random Acts reserves the right to remove any participant from any activity or event if they appear to be in violation of the terms and conditions and Random Acts may disqualify any individual from any contests should they be in violation of the terms and conditions. Any participant under the age of 18 must submit a parental consent form prior to participating in any event or activity with or on behalf of Random Acts. Additionally, persons under 18 must be able to produce a copy of said consent form at any event or activity if asked by a Random Acts staff member. Persons over the age of 18 should be able to produce a valid government issued ID such as a driver’s license to confirm their age should Random Acts feel a need to verify their date of birth.