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Tick-or-Treat for UNICEF

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Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF started in 1950 when girls and boys across the United States collected coins in hand-painted milk cartons to help children affected by World War II. Since then, generations of children in the United States have gone door to door on Halloween with the signature orange collection boxes, calling out, “Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF!” The funds help UNICEF with their goal of providing health care, immunizations, access to safe water and sanitation services, basic education, and emergency relief to children around the world.

Over the years many schools and groups in Westchester County have participated in The Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF program including Quaker Ridge Elementary School in Scarsdale, the French American School of NY in Mamaroneck, Furnace Woods Elementary School in Cortlandt Manor, and For Kids Only, Inc. in Briarcliff.

Convince your school or organization to get involved this year!

Visit TrickorTreatforUNICEF.org to download a DIY change box, find an event near you, learn the answers to FAQs, and find teacher support materials. And now you can submit your collected donations right online! Just follow the Submit Donation tab. Donations can also be mailed or taken via phone.

Remember 89% of your tax-deductible donation goes directly to children in need.

Posted 12:00 am, September 27, 2019
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