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Help Make Halloween Happen For A Needy NJ Child Through Costume Donation
For thousands of children across New Jersey, the Halloween traditions of costumes, candy and trick-or-treating are anything but magical.
For these children, Halloween costumes often don’t make the list of essentials in the family budget. Halloween carnivals, trick-or-treating and the possibility of being your favorite super hero – even for a night – all disappear when you don’t have a costume. Here at Team Nest Builder, we're helping Jersey Cares bring imaginations and magic to life for children living in New Jersey by collecting new and gently used Halloween costumes.
Items accepted for the Halloween Costume Drive Include:
New or gently used costumes (ages 0-14)
Unused Halloween face make-up
Candy pails or treat bags
Starting October 6th, please bring items to our collection box in our Sparta Realty Executives office located at 54 Woodport Road, Sparta, NJ, 07871, Monday-Friday between the hours of 9am and 5pm, or call Lynn at 973-222-3777 and we'll meet you there after hours, or contact us to arrange to come pick up your items at your home! Last day for drop off or pick up is Monday, October 22nd. Thanks for helping make Halloween magical for ALL children!
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