Go Blue Day is Friday, April 5th!
Thousands of Alaskans will wear blue, the official color of prevention, to show their support for children. Many community events and activities are scheduled throughout the month to emphasize the critical importance of preventing child abuse and neglect and keeping children safe.
Join us and GO BLUE!
Download the General Go Blue Day rally poster (PDF) - add your city!
Put it up at school, at work, anywhere!
Sign up to be a Go Blue Day Captain!
Together we can prevent child abuse and neglect. On Friday, April 5th, we need your help to get Alaskans to wear blue - the official color of prevention. Help us by being a Go Blue Day Captain.
As a Captain, you will help us spread the word by asking friends, coworkers, and family members to join you in wearing blue on April 5th. As a Captain:
Like and Share the Go Blue Day Facebook page.
Dare your friends to be the one – dare them to wear blue.
Ask co-workers to come to work wearing blue on Friday, April 5th.
Download the Go Blue Day poster and hang it up at the office
Take photos on Go Blue Day and post them on social media using #goblue4kids OR #wearblue4kids
Sign up to be a Go Blue Day Captain below.
Go Blue Alaska!
Dare to be the one! Be a Go Blue Day Captain and help prevent child abuse and neglect. Sign-up today to help organizations friends and co-workers to wear Blue on April 5th.