Krewe | Baton Rouge Halloween Nonprofit | 10/31 Consortium


How it Works

Join the 10/31 Krewe

10/31 Consortium is a 501c3 non-profit organization that supports the Baton Rouge Community through its various charitable programs. These charitable initiatives are supported and funded by various fundraising events, such as the Fifolet Halloween Festival, by donations, sponsorships and through the dues and support of the 10/31 Consortium Krewe.


Krewe Memberships at the Full (annual) or Forever (lifetime) Moon level receive a 20% discount on select event fees and other perks, like voting rights and eligibility to become the Fifolet Halloween Festival King or Queen. Crescent and Forever Moon Memberships do not expire. Full Moon Memberships expire on December 31 each year. Full Moon Memberships purchased after November 1 will expire the following year. 


Halloween Parade sub-krewes are separate organizations and are not managed by 10/31 Consortium. You do not have to be in a sub-krewe to be in the 10/31 Consortium Krewe.


Are you the king or queen of Halloween? Prove it by joining 10/31 Consortium today!

PLEASE NOTE: Per IRS regulations, all charitable organizations must provide a written disclosure statement concerning quid pro quo contributions over $75.00. Our good faith estimate of the fair market value of this membership is equal to or greater than the cost of the membership. Therefore, no part of the membership is tax-deductible. Please contact your tax advisor for further guidance. Memberships are non-refundable and non-transferable.

10/31 Consortium Krewe

Forever Moon Members

"I was raised by a single mother and could only dream of being raised poor; my conditions were much worse. There were times my family was homeless and hungry, often my meals came from food banks. In those days, Big Buddy didn't exist but the Big Brother/Sister program did. I was considered high risk youth and was in the program as a little sister.  Halloween naturally became my favorite holiday because on that one day I could be anything. Anything I could dream of as long as I made it myself with found or donated items. Fast forward to adulthood; I found a group that allows me to be the big sister, feed a hungry little girl and create anything I can dream of with the added bonus of having fun along the way."
Lauren Collins
Member, Queen V, Past President

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