Trick-or-Treat & Helping Others

With Halloween approaching, everyone is preparing for the occasion. Parents are buying candy and costumes, while children are eager to trick-or-treat. The ultimate goal of trick-or-treating is to dress up in a costume and receive candy from different houses. On this occasion, adults and children could pretend that they are someone else for one day.

Some kids like to wear costumes either from a Disney, Pixar, or Marvel motion picture, but instead of pretending to be a Superman or Superwoman this Halloween, what if you had the opportunity to become a real super hero? Instead of using your money to buy candy, what if there was another way to give children something more?

This Halloween discover the power with Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF, helping kids through the United Children’s Fund. Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF began in 1950, and now it is around the world, helping children everywhere who are in need of medicine, nutrition, clean water, emergency relief, and education.

Numerous children are fortunate to have the privilege of trick-or-treating, but there are some that do not get that opportunity. The children who are in need, live in countries where poverty, war or natural disaster make it difficult to get even the basics they need to survive. This Halloween let’s give children more than candy and be a real super hero.

For more information, click here and discover how you can help this Halloween and check out this video below.


This video is part of series that is used to teach school children about UNICEF’s work and impact during Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF’s 2016 campaign.

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