Want to make Halloween about more than candy and costumes? Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF offers you and your family an ideal opportunity to do good and help children.
Below, you can download some useful resources: our welcome letter, poster, DIY wrapper, donation form and recognition certificates. And Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF isn't just about going door-to-door on Halloween! Families are hosting bake sales, costume parties, benefit shows and online fundraisers to solicit donations for kids in need around the world.
Use the resources below to set up your Trick-or-Treat activities, track your family's progress and recognize the great work you're doing for children.
NEW THIS YEAR! Take the Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF Challenge! Get your family together to have some awesome fall fun, and in return UNICEF Kid Power will send food packets to malnourished kids around the world. It's easy: take a picture of each activity you complete-like pumpkin picking or your Halloween dance party-to unlock a food packet to help kids grow healthy and strong. Do four activities to unlock a bonus packet! Click here to GET ACTIVE AND SAVE LIVES!
What are the benefits?
Children will learn about issues facing other kids around the world. When kids Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF, they collect donations — big and small — that add up to lifesaving change for children worldwide.
Parents and group leaders can access a time-tested teaching and motivational tool. Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF teaches kids to become active global citizens and discover the value of helping others.
How do you plan Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF activities?
Brainstorm ways to raise money for children in need. Bake sales, costume parties, and benefit shows are good options. Be creative!
How do I turn in my donations?
Submit your donations online here.
You can also download a mail-in donation form here. Complete the form and send it with your donations — by check or money order only, payable to the "U.S. Fund for UNICEF" — to:
Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF
125 Maiden Lane
New York, NY 10038