Tag Archives: Halloween

Costume Collection

With October 31st on the horizon and bar/bat mitzvah students everywhere looking for a  mitzvah project, may we suggest a Halloween costume collection for those who cannot afford them! Organize a collection of gently used Halloween costumes from family and friends.  Many families you know may purchase new costumes year-after-year. Gather a variety of costumes for boys and girls of all ages. Then contact a local family services agency to help you distribute the costumes to those who need them most! Here is a caveat to remember when performing this mitzvot: Halloween is traditionally considered a holiday honoring Saints, therefore, most Jewish organizations do not celebrate or participate in […]


The Halloween Helpers

The Halloween Helpers PO Box 19, Wynnewood, PA  19096 Contacts: Emma Rose and Ilyse Shapiro: 610 642-7427  info@TheHalloweenHelpers.com 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. Halloween Helpers provides low-income children with a Halloween costume thus making this a day of life-long memories. Volunteer Opportunity: Hold a costume drive at your school, business, camp, scout troop, special event, religious activity or organization.  For […]