How to Get Involved
Your child’s elementary or middle schools may already host the Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF program. If so, about a week before Halloween, teachers will pass out the signature small orange boxes in class designed by UNICEF with festive decorations and a slot for collecting coins.
If your child’s school is not already partnered with UNICEF: Learn more and download or order all the necessities for participation at trickortreatforunicef.org. Parents and teachers can alternatively set up an online collection to enable children to notify friends and family of the cause and acquire donations anytime throughout the year.
By trick-or-treating with UNICEF, your children can proudly help educate, feed, and medically treat children less privileged than themselves. That beats chocolate any day.
Additionally, encourage your child's teacher to participate in the second annual Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF School Challenge for a chance to win technology grants for their classroom.
Don't forget to spread the word about Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF on social media by using the official hashtag: #TOT4UNICEF