Trick Or Eat 2009
Only on one night a year do households expect their dinner hour to be interrupted in order to distribute free and edible items to all who ask. Trick or Eat puts a new spin on Halloween as costumed youth canvass their neighbourhoods collecting food for local social service agencies. At the same time, students raise awareness about local hunger and volunteer opportunities that allow their neighbours to get involved in addressing hunger.
Last year McMaster students raised $8,824.40 worth of food!
Three hours and a costume is all that is required to make a huge difference in your community. As our most successful programme, Trick or Eat has…
* Involved over 22,800 students in 47 communities across the nation.
* Raised a total of $1,543,651.57 worth of food, which is equivalent to 617,460 meals!
Where: McMaster Campus Flag Pole, and the westdale community.
When: 3:30pm-6:30pm October 31st
All you have to do is register yourself or your team online at http://www.trickoreat.ca/
, then show up on Halloween.