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Trick or Treat for a Change

By: Simone Pete District Bulletin Editor and Public Relations Committee


Ghosts and ghouls are not the only things that go bump in the night on Halloween. The only thing more fierce than a goblin is the passion of a servant leader! During Halloween, UNICEF has an opportunity that allows you to show off just how passionate you are! This event is called Trick or Treat for UNICEF.

Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF began sixty-nine years ago as a way to help kids still affected by World War II. Since then, millions of children across the United States have gone door to door on Halloween with UNICEF collection boxes. The annual tradition of Kids Helping Kids® - involving donations big and small - has helped to raise more than $175 million since 1950.

Here are some tips and tricks from members of your District Board!


"Finally rolling into the spooky season and one of the big things that come with this is Trick or Treat for UNICEF. Some memories I have with this was getting to go around to different classes and informing people on the cause and even earning a patch and being recognized at last ears SLC for our efforts. This year I definitely want to have more people involved and even do something special on Halloween for awareness and raising funds. Trick or Treat for UNICEF is something I look forward to."

-Shanice Muller LTG Division 3

"During my sophomore year, I heard about the Trick or Treat for UNICEF fundraiser and knew it was a good way to get service hours on Halloween. At the time, I wasn't too familiar with my neighbors and was nervous to ask them for donations. After ringing the first doorbell, I was greeted with Hershey's Cookies N Creme and a friendly face. By asking for UNICEF donations, I was able to introduce myself and was able to do it through a good cause. From previous experience, I recommend that you go before 9 pm so that it is not too late to trick or treat and ask for donations!"

-Tad Kim LTG Division 9


For those of us who do not Trick or Treat worry not! We can all be heroes! All it takes to participate in this event is collecting change for those in need. It doesn't matter if it's as small as pocket change or as large as a fundraiser, every donation will help make a difference.

No matter how you choose to help, we hope you all have a safe Halloween!

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Thank you to the Georgia District Board of Trustees for all the support and guidance. Special thanks to all Key Clubs across Georgia, without your valiant efforts and participation, the Key Ring would not be where it is today.

Key Ring: The Key Ring is the official Blog of the Georgia District. It helps the district spread awareness of Key Club and allows clubs to share their success stories and to learn from each other. The Key Ring is a member-run and blog, published throughout the year.  The blog contains service project ideas, upcoming district and international event information, and so much more! The content is developed and 100% by the editor but made possible by the content submitted by Key Club Members across Georgia.

MISSION STATEMENT: To unify all Key Club across Georgia, advocate its interests, celebrate accomplishments and establish a culture of service while striving to uphold the highest key club standards.

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