: Unbridled Acts Or Random Acts Of Kindness
What is the U-Act Champion Program?
U-Act, which stands for Unbridled Acts, or random acts of kindness,
is a character-building initiative, specifically designed for middle and
junior high schools. The program aims to inspire and energize students about the value of being kind to others. Throughout the 2007-2008
school year, participating schools will compete for a chance to earn up
How can this benefit my school?
By participating in school-wide programs, like the Red Robin U-ACT Champion Program that encourages students to be kind to their
neighbors, your school can help eliminate negative behavior among students. The National Youth Violence Prevention Resource Center estimates that almost 30 percent of U.S. youth are involved in bullying
as either a bully, a target of bullying, or both.
The U-ACT Champion Program will help foster and create a sense of neighborliness inside and outside of your school. You will notice how
your students become inspired and energized about the value of being
kind to others. In addition, you have the chance to earn up to
$20,000.00 for your school!
How to get started:
The links on the left include helpful information about the program and
how you can be on your way to becoming a U-ACT Champion School!
Click on each of the three links to download important program materials. Please review the rules carefully for a complete understanding of the program.
* By October 1, 2007 – Register your school if you are interested in submitting a nomination for the 2007-2008 school year.
* October 2007 – Red Robin to contact participating schools to
check-in and answer questions.
* February 2008 – Red Robin to follow-up with participating schools
to check-in and answer questions.
* April 18, 2008 – U-ACT nomination deadline.
* May 2008 – Red Robin to announce and notify winners.