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Please help the Brooklyn For Peace Unicef Committee

The best time to contact a school in order to ask them to run a Trick or Treat for Unicef drive for the upcoming Halloween is during May. Please help us reach out to people!

Unicef is in desperate for more money. With the wars raging in Syria, Iraq and Yemen there is now more refugees (over 5 million) in the Mideast than there were in Europe at the end of World War II. And Unicef has already spent more than $250 million in its efforts to control the Ebola outbreak in west Africa, which is still ravaging rural areas of Sierra Leone and Liberia. And Unicef is rushing aid into Nepal right now.

If you know of a school that we should speak to about starting a Trick or Treat for Unicef campaign please send an email to and mention who we should contact.

Part of what we do when we have a school program is for my wife, Diane Allison, do a presentation at the school just before Halloween. Here is a link to Diane doing a performance at P.S. 9 in Prospect Heights.

Mission Statement

Children have rights. They need a voice. This committee is designed to build awareness of children’s rights while raising money for children’s development, heath, protection and education. We reach out to schools, merchants and neighbors, encouraging their participation in the annual Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF.

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Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF

Halloween, October 31, 2012
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Join Us!

We invite you to join the UNICEF committee and get involved.

UNICEF meeting schedule and
Email us or call 718–624–5921 if you are interested in attending.