What We Do | Baton Rouge Halloween Nonprofit | 10/31 Consortium
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For the Kids

What We Do

Making Memories

Giving kids a safe and happy Halloween is more complex than it may seem. There are many layers to such an endeavor which is why we have created the following programs to ensure our long-term success:

saveEvents where neighbors can meet and informally interact have become even more important in recent years with technological advances. We no longer see our neighbors in the local market because we do our shopping online. We no longer chat over the fence because we chat on social media. This creates a lack of community and goodwill, and reinforces the notion that we stand alone rather than together. We believe that community events, such as Trick or Treat, help to strengthen neighborhoods.

Let us help your neighborhood revitalize the community tradition of Trick or Treat. 

 

 

1031 consortium baton rouge host costume drive

All sizes of new and gently used Halloween costumes and individually wrapped and bagged candy can be donated during our Costume and Candy Drive from September 1 until October 10. 

help

We would be remiss not to consider children hospitalized at Halloween.

We are here to help ease the necessary heartache of missing Trick or Treat and often not being allowed candy on Halloween.

 

 

 

 

teaching children to give back halloweenTeaching children the importance of helping others is a vital component of our long-term vision.

The 10/31 Consortium Kids’ Court Youth Leadership and Volunteer Program was created in 2018. This program, for children age 6 to senior in high school, teaches valuable lessons in organization, compassion and public speaking.

Participating children are also the selection pool to receive the honors of Fifolet Halloween Festival Prince, Princess and Royal Page. 

recognizeRecognizing the efforts of others to actively improve our shared community supports our vision of safe neighborhoods for all children. To that end, awards were created that follow the ideals of our motto: Saundra Lane Community Award, Corey Tullier Courage Award and Dwayne Sanburn Creativity Award.

10/31 Consortium also recognizes its biggest cheerleader with the Lance Parker Spirit Award and the hardest worker on the Board of Directors with the Jamie Schexnayder Behind the Scenes Award.

 

"Every kid was wearing a costume which is a remarkable change from my first Halloween in Melrose. Estimated turn-out was over 100 trick-or-treaters, 100% dressed in a costume! Compared to last year, we had 50-75 trick-or-treaters with about 50% in costumes. Of the 30 homes that requested free candy, about 10 of those homes explicitly said they don't normally hand out candy but were participating because of our efforts. Thank you, 10/31 Consortium!"
1031 consortium baton rouge susie weeks testimonial
Susie Weeks
Melrose Place Resident

10 Years

Halloween Dreams Come True

A Decade of Smiles

Everything we do is to bring creativity and happiness to the children of our area. Check out this video showing just some of the smiles we've created over the past 10 years.

Candy Wishes

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