Join your ADPi Sister’s as we support Atlanta sister Rae Ann Gruver to raise money for her foundation honoring her son Max. The 5K run/walk will take place on Saturday, March 4 at 8am at Blessed Trinity Catholic School located in Roswell, Ga. where Max graduated.
NEW THIS YEAR! GAAA will participate as a vendor and have a tent set up for ADPi alumnae to stop by, join GAAA, grab some swag and meet new sister’s!
Max Gruver Foundation | Alpha Delta Pi
In 2017, Alpha Delta Pi sister Rae Ann Gruver and her husband Steve lost their son to a hazing incident at Louisiana State University. Since Max’s death, Steve and Rae Ann have traveled across the country sharing Max’s story, and in fall of 2018, Alpha Delta Pi partnered with the Max Gruver Foundation to help spread awareness of the dangers of hazing. This year, Alpha Delta Pi and the Max Gruver Foundation with support from the Alpha Delta Pi Foundation will once again partner for our annual Stop the Hazing campaign.
During National Hazing Prevention Week, September 19th-23rd, Alpha Delta Pi and collegiate chapters will virtually share Max’s story and spread awareness on their college campuses.
As you plan how you want to engage, use the Ways to Be Involved with the 2022 Stop the Hazing Campaign resource to identify strategies to raise awareness, provide education, and cultivate ongoing conversation around hazing.
STOP THE HAZING WEBINAR OPPORTUNITY
On September 7th from 7-8pm members of the Executive Office staff will host a webinar for Wellness Specialists and those involved in the chapter campaign process. We will talk through ways to create impact on your campus and how to elevate your social media to create awareness on the Max Gruver Foundation. If you are interested in attending this webinar please email Alaina Julia at Education and Programs Specialist at email@example.com.
There are recorded educational opportunities to engage with this campaign.
A CONVERSATION ON HOW TO STOP THE HAZING
Since 2018, Alpha Delta Pi has partnered with the Max Gruver Foundation for the Stop the Hazing campaign during National Hazing Prevention Week. With this campaign, it’s important to understand the signs of hazing and resources to report concerns. Additionally, it’s important to understand Stop the Hazing as an actionable strategy to build healthier, safer communities. This conversation around hazing will focus on the impact of unhealthy cultures and how to address systemic issues that allow for this behavior to happen. It will include space to talk about building healthier sisterhoods, identifying issues, and actionable steps sisters can take.
*This is available on Pride online and also includes processing questions for you to schedule to show with your members
Electronic copies of posters and pledge cards are also available to print:
Together with the Gruvers, Alpha Delta Pi and alumnae can #StoptheHazing culture in our society. We thank the Alpha Delta Pi Foundation and the Max Gruver Foundation for their continued support of this campaign.
For more information on The Max Gruver Foundation and additional ways you can help, please visit maxgruverfoundation.com. If you have questions about the partnership, please contact Education and Programs Specialist Alaina Julia at firstname.lastname@example.org.
STOP THE HAZING TABLING RESOURCES
The following resources are to support chapters in their campaign awareness efforts for Stop the Hazing. The materials will include activity guides, customizable forms along with tips and tricks for on campus tabling.
Stop The Hazing Supplemental Tabling Guide
HAZING PREVENTION RESOURCES
The following websites provide additional resources to further engage in conversations about hazing prevention. Click the links below to learn more.
Fraternal Health and Safety Initiative (FHSI): Hazing Prevention and Intervention
HazingPrevention.org: National Hazing Prevention Week
Anyone concerned about hazing can report it by calling the Anti-Hazing Hotline at (888) 668-4293 or (888) NOT-HAZE. Each of our host campuses also has avenues where you can report concerns. If anyone is in immediate danger, please call 911.