FULTON – Every Halloween, children across the United States carry around orange boxes when they go trick-or-treating. Instead of just asking for candy, they also collect money for the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF).
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The group uses the money to provide medicine, clean water and other resources to children in need worldwide.
The Blue Team at Stepping Stones Day Program has made this a part of their trick-or-treating experience for the last three years.
This year, the class set a goal of raising $125.
Once all of the generous donations from Fulton City School District and Center for Instruction, Technology & Innovation staff members were counted in math class, the students declared a victory because they raised their goal amount.