When it comes to door-to-door trick-or-treating, kids mostly take, take, take. Now, you can teach your little goblins and ghouls the importance of giving back: This Halloween, have them swap their plastic bags and pillow cases for this FEED Trick-or-Treat bag. The FEED project, co-founded by Lauren Bush and Ellen Gustafson, has already provided 55 million school meals for children around the world through the "FEED bags" promotion. This special Halloween bag was created in partnership with UNICEF, which celebrates 60 years of the "Trick or Treat for UNICEF" program in 2010.
Developed in conjunction with HSN (Home Shopping Network) and FEED Projects, 100 percent of the bags profits will be used to support UNICEF's global nutrition programs for other kids around the world. Think about it this way: Approximately $3.50 provides fortified nutrition for a child for one year. And, the bag isn't just a once-a-year candy-carrying accessory for your child -- reuse it to tote (slightly healthier) loot from the farmer's market year-round.
The FEED bag is available for $13.20 exclusively at hsn.com beginning September 14 through Halloween. Buy the bag at HSN.com, or watch for Lauren Bush live on HSN on September 16 from 10:00 pm to 11:00 pm EST.