Giving Back

Help Aware Awake Alive in our efforts to educate young adults across the country about the dangers of alcohol poisoning! Here are a few ideas:

Set Up a Booth

Set up a booth for campus events to promote alcohol awareness.

Join Crowdrise

Raise money for Aware Awake Alive by creating a challenge on Crowdrise.

Have an Event

Have an event that is fun for everyone but at the same time raises money for AAA. A dance-a-thon is an example of what you could do at your school.


Download Example Flyer.


Download the Project Proposal.


Download the Goals Statement.


Partner With Us

Help support our mission by partnering with us to help spread our message and save lives.


Click here to see our current list of partners



Aware Awake Alive Past Events

Friday night lights-up Aware Awake Alive

Austin High School’s September 14 game against Cedar Ridge may have ended in a loss for the Maroons, but victory went to Austin-based nonprofit Aware Awake Alive, created in memory of Austin High alumnus Carson Starkey to raise awareness of alcohol poisoning in young people.



See the Full Press Release Here

5K Fun Run - The Mustang Mile

On Tuesday, April 17, Aware Awake Alive partnered with Cal Poly ASI to present Mustang Mile, a 5K Fun Run/Walk followed by a concert and festival.



Download a PDF of the event description here.


For more info and photos, click here!

Delta Sigma Phi Charity Golf Tournament

Benefitting Aware Awake Alive and its mission of saving young adult lives from alcohol poisoning.





For more info and photos, click here!

Download a PDF of the event description here.

Click here to read about it in The Mustang Daily!

St Andrew’s Upper School Volleyball Tournament

With this event, Aware Awake Alive has established a presence on the St. Andrew’s Episcopal Upper School campus in a healthy active way which includes students and faculty. St. Andrews is one of four schools piloting the High School program as of Fall 2014. We are very thankful for their continued support!


For more info and photos, click here!

Download a PDF of the event description here.

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