About The Trenton Charity Comic Con
The Trenton Charity Comic Con is a philanthropic initiative from the high school run by enthusiastic students from the Comic Book & Manga Club, Volunteer Club, and Restaurant and Business Management Academy with assistance from passionate teacher volunteers. Each year, the students from the Comic Book & Manga Club will hold a vote early in the school year to pick the charity we choose to raise funds for each year. This year's students have chosen to raise money for The Trevor Project to help support at-risk LGBTQ+ Youths.
Trenton Charity Comic Con: Anti-Harassment Policy
Trenton Charity Comic Con (TCCC) is a public, philanthropic event held at a state regulated public high school. We have a ZERO TOLERANCE POLICY for harassment of any kind.
This Includes, but is not limited to: Stalking, Offensive Verbal Comments, Harassing Or Non-Consensual Photography Or Recording, Inappropriate Bathroom Behavior, Unwelcome Physical Attention, Intimidation, Verbal Threats, Physical Assault And/Or Battery, Sustained Disruption Of Panels, Signings, And Other Events, Inappropriate Physical Contact, Hate Group or Gang Related Symbols, Vandalism
Harassment related, but not limited to: Race, National Origin, Ethnicity, Gender Identity, Sexual Orientation, Body Size, Appearance, Citizenship, Gender Identity, Gender Presentation, Age, Disability, Religion, Pregnancy, Covid-Related/Vaccination Status, or Mask Wearing.
Whether a behavior or a costume violates this policy shall be determined by staff supervising the event in their sole discretion.
If a person engages in harassing behavior, TCCC Staff will take prompt action in any form they deem appropriate, including expulsion from TCCC with no refund. Our policy applies to EVERYONE at the convention. Exhibitors, fans (attendees), speakers, guests, professionals, press, staff, crew, and security are all subject to our Anti-Harassment Policy.
Anyone can report harassment. If someone’s behavior has made you uncomfortable, or if you witness the same happening to someone else, you should immediately contact TCCC Staff, Security Team, or a Crew member.
If necessary, we will contact local law enforcement, provide escort, offer a safe place or otherwise assist those experiencing harassment to make sure they feel safe for the rest of TCCC.
Our goal is to ensure a safe environment first, that we work to make a welcoming and fun one for all those joining us today. Enjoy the show!
Trenton Charity Comic Con: COVID Policy
Trenton Charity Comic Con is being held at Trenton Central High School, which is a state and federally funded public school. As such, our building, students, and staff have had to adhere to ever-changing federal, state, and local district mandates in relation to COVID policies.
As of now, COVID vaccination is not mandated for entry. As of now, the mask mandate has been lifted and masking is optional. Social distancing is still encouraged and expected to be respected to as much degree as possible and when requested by guests, staff, and attendees.
These conditions are subject to change, and any notice given to the school will immediately be updated for the event policy this year or in the future and notice will be given via social media and the event website.
As mentioned in our anti-harassment policy, any COVID related harassment towards mask wearing, vaccination status, or other pandmeic related aspects will not be tolerated and can result in expulsion from the event without refund.
These have been tough times, and we are all here today to enjoy ourselves and have fun at a communal gathering for a good cause. Please be mindful and considerate of others in sharing your experience at the event.
Trenton Central High School
Trenton Central High School is a public high school within the state of New Jersey in the Trenton School District.
The school is located at 400 Chambers St, Trenton, NJ 08609.
There is public parking for the event in the rear of the building and on adjacent public streets if the lot is full.