BooFest is excited to announce openings for community partnerships for the upcoming 2023 season! We have had the privilege of partnering with local organizations such as Dooly County High School FFA and ROTC programs in the past. With their help, we were able to bring 25 volunteers to assist with the scare team, safety, parking, and general operations.
To show our appreciation, BooFest donated $1200 to their program and provided a professional development workshop for resume writing following the completion of the event. We hope to continue to expand on this partnership in the future and welcome other organizations to collaborate with us in creating a spooky, safe, and fun-filled event.
At BooFest, we believe in supporting our local community and are always seeking ways to give back. Join us in creating an unforgettable experience for our guests and a positive impact in our community. Apply for a community partnership with BooFest today and let's make this season one to remember!
For questions or partnership inquires,
please complete the form below or
email us at Communications@GeorgiaBoofest.com.
Ticket Sale Partnerships
Participating schools will be assigned a weekend during the month of October. On Saturday nights, the assigned school will receive a portion of the profits earned from ticket sales. Boofest will assist in promoting each schools designated weekend to bring a big crowd and lots of scary fun.
Participating schools will be assigned a vendor booth for their designated weekend where they can sell a product or provide a service and keep 100% of the profits. This may include fundraising ideas such as popcorn sales, a 50/50 raffle, face painting, ect.
Paid Student Marketing Internship (Ages 16+)
Apply for a marketing internship with Boofest and help promote your school's fundraising weekend. Learn about community outreach, peer leadership, and successful event planning. Take over our social media sites for the week prior to your event and make your voice heard.
Peer Volunteer Coordinator Positions (Ages 16+)
Students can apply for a paid Peer Volunteer Coordinator Position. Grow your skills as a successful team leader by organizing volunteers, providing creative direction for the scare team, and communicating with Boofest coordinators for a fun and smooth event.