Join the Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF costume party

October 3, 2011
Announcing the first-ever Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF Costume Party, where you can join the 2011 Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF Ambassador Heidi Klum (as well as me and my son) in donning digital designs that also support UNICEF and kids around the world.
I've always envied those talented trick-or-treaters who spend weeks designing, creating, stitching and  primping their Halloween costumes. I'm not one of them. I did make a costume for my son one year, but he refused to wear the parrot I had wired to his shoulder. He said it tickled. This year I'm going straight to trickortreatforunicef.org, where I can dress my son up in all sorts of great costumes without a single complaint.  In fact, he won't even have to try them on. Check it out I think the beard suits him.  Look I made my nephew one too Announcing the first-ever Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF Costume Party, where you can join the 2011 Trick-or-Treat  for UNICEF Ambassador Heidi Klum (as well as me and my son) in donning digital designs that also support UNICEF and kids around the world. Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF is an annual tradition that has raised over $164 million dollars to help children get the health care, clean water and education opportunities that we have here at home. It's a great way to teach your own kids about the challenges that children in other parts of the world face and to empower them to make a difference. This year's online costume party is just one of the many ways you can be part of Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF. But if you are short on face paint and fake blood, it is one of the best ways! Send your trick-or-treaters over for some great costumes. They can design, donate and share their creations and help us kick off a full month of Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF.