What is AMOK?

AMOK stands for the Annual Melee of Kindness. In past years, it’s been a global day of kindness that got people all over the world out into their communities committing whatever random act of kindness they wanted. Last year, AMOK was a 48 hour marathon where participants participated in a variety of activities from playing instruments to painting in the course of two days.

Each year participants post what they do to twitter and use the hashtag #AMOKRAYEAR (see last year’s hashtag #AMOKRA19), so everyone can see the amazing, kind things they’re doing! Stay tuned for updates about AMOK 2020 because we have some amazing surprises up our sleeves this year. So get out there, run AMOK, and wow us with kindness!

Is anything not allowed?

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:

  1. The Applicant agrees to maintain all necessary licenses, permits and approvals, and to conduct its business in compliance with all applicable local, state, federal and national regulations.
  2. The Applicant shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless Random Acts, its directors, officers, members, agents and employees against any and all demands, claims, actions or causes of action, liability, loss, damage or expense of any nature whatsoever.

There’s something I’m still not sure about…

Not a problem. If you have any further queries or need any further assistance, you can get in touch by emailing events@randomacts.org.

For more information on AMOK, watch this video!

Make sure you check out these resources if you would like to make tags for your AMOK act of kindness!