Just wanted to point out that Julie Fanning, of FAAN has created a fabulous Halloween haunt just outside of Washington, DC. “I got to thinking,” she writes, “about the kids who can’t enjoy some – or most – of what they get in their sacks after trick-or-treating.” So she created a non-food based way to enjoy Halloween. And, in addition to offering non-food treats at her haunt, she’ll be collecting donations for FAAN.
Check out her spooktacular creation, Windy Hill Cemetery, online or in person if you live in Bristow, VA. If, like most of us, you’re not in her neighborhood, I’m sure you’ll be inspired by her creative way to include all children in Halloween trick-or-treating.
For more information about you can help raise funds and awareness for FAAN, please see Trick-or-Treat for Food Allergy.