More Than 3,500 Children Celebrated Halloween in Style Thanks to Your Generosity!
Halloween is one of the most important events in a young child’s life. It provides lifelong memories, develops self-worth, and allows kids to play an active role in their community. Unfortunately, many children are unable to participate in this fun, annual experience because they do not have a costume.
Developed in 2008 by then 11-year-old Emma Rose Shapiro the mission of The Halloween Helpers is to collect previously-enjoyed, gently-used Halloween costumes and donate them to children who may not typically be able to participate in this yearly celebration.
Thanks to your generosity, The Halloween Helpers has had amazing success, In 2009, Emma collected more than 2,000 costumes. All were donated to children served by the Greater Norristown Police Athletic League. In 2010, almost 1,000 costumes were collected which were distributed to five Philadelphia-area children's oriented non-profit organizations and schools in high-risk areas. In 2013, St. Peter the Apostle School, Interim House West and Jane Addams School, all in Philadelphia, received more than 300 costumes.
If you are a non-profit organization interested in collaborating with us in 2014, or interested in holding a future costume collection, please contact us.
THANK YOU FOR MAKING
THE HALLOWEEN HELPERS
SUCH AN INCREDIBLE SUCCESS!
PO Box 19, Wynnewood, PA 19096
The Halloween Helpers
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photos from our 2013 distribution event at St. Peter the Apostle School.
in Ardmore, PA for their generous contribution of costumes. THANKYOU!
Interim House West's Halloween Parade -- How cute are these children!!