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Trick-or-treat for kids in need

For the first time in its 64-year history, Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF goes digital.

Zendaya Coleman is this year's Trick or Treat for UNICEF spokesperson. Credit: Provided Zendaya Coleman is this year's Trick or Treat for UNICEF spokesperson.
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During this time of year when overindulgence hits a high, it’s a good time to remember kids around the world who have nothing to eat at all.

Since 1950, UNICEF has been encouraging trick-or-treaters to go door to door collecting donations, and while the traditional program is still going on, this year, it’s also getting a digital twist.

Now, kids can set up a Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF fundraising web page where they can ask friends and family to donate virtually. However kids choose to participate, the money raised will help save and protect children by providing clean water, nutritious food, lifesaving vaccines and more. Visit unicefusa.org/mission/usa/trick-or-treat for more info.

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