FEED Trick-or-Treat Bag Encourages Festivity and Goodwill

By: Matt Ho - Published: Sep 22, 2011 • References: feedprojects & racked
Halloween is all about costumes, candy and epic parties, but it's also a time for goodwill, and the FEED Trick-or-Treat Bag is an example of how you can help those in need when the time comes.

Anyone who grew up trick-or-treating will remember the UNICEF box, which is a tiny box kids carry around that encourages donations from friends and family. The organization has partnered up with Lauren Bush's charity to release the FEED Trick-or-Treat Bag bag for a good cause. It's designed by Bush herself, and it features the face of a jack-0-lantern on the front with a smile that spells the word "FEED."

For each bag purchased from or a FEED authorized retailer, FEED will donate $3.50 to help support UNICEF's nutrition program. The rest of the sale proceeds will go on to benefit one child with a year's supply of micronutrient powders to help prevent malnutrition. Stats for Charity Halloween Totes Trending: Older & Chilly
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