Save Children's Lives This Halloween In One Easy Way
On the Today show, Jenna Bush Hager, a NBC News Correspondent and Founding Chair of UNICEF Next Generation, talked about Trick or Treat For UNICEF. This project allows kids to become cute little philanthropists while celebrating the holiday. Kids are urged to carry an orange UNICEF box with them to each house they visit and ask for money. Even easier, you can set up a digital Trick-Or-Treating fundraising page. Founded in 1946, UNICEF has always put children first, helping to save more children’s lives than any other like organization.
Jenna set up a fundraising page this year. In deciding which costume her daughter should wear, she set up Mila’s Trick-or-Treat page to raise funds for UNICEF’s lifesaving work. Should she be Elvis or a Pinata? You decide, while helping children around the world.
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