And before you forget, send friends and family our free Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF Halloween e-card wishing them a Happy Halloween and reminding them to make Halloween count by trick-or-treating for UNICEF.
One last thing… remember that you have the power to help save kids’ lives!
With only four more days til Halloween, here’s an update on what you can still do to participate!
Become our fan on Facebook, and join our Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF Cause. Donations received through the Cause application from now until November 6th will enter us for a chance to win $50,000 in America’s Giving Challenge! Also, follow us on Twitter and retweet @unicefusa updates to help spread the word about Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF.
Perhaps you’ve been invited to, or are hosting one of the over 3,000 registered Halloween parties to benefit UNICEF. No? Ok, then register your party now and help make Halloween count!
Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF Spokesperson, Selena Gomez, is hosting a live web cast tomorrow, where she’ll be talking about all things Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF! Selena also created the “Selena & Friends Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF” fundraising team. Join them and help the team reach their fundraising goal of $1 million. (Oh, and Selena has some cool incentives for the top fundraisers on the team!).
Thirty years ago, only one out of five children were immunized against killer diseases like measles and polio. Throughout the developing world, millions of children were dying of illnesses that had all but disappeared in the world’s wealthier countries. Since then, a near miracle has taken place. Now, four out of five children are protected by vaccines. Polio is on the verge of elimination. Measles and tetanus deaths have been reduced dramatically. This miracle did not happen by itself.
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