We’ve been doing a Halloween haunt for a several years.  In the early years, we would put up some cute decorations and hand out candy.  Sometimes we’d even put on some kind of costume.

Each year a few Halloween decorations were added, at some point we became the ‘house to see’ on Halloween.  This fuelled the passion to be bigger and better each year.  We also noticed that with so much traffic and attention, it was a great opportunity to do some real good as well.  This thought started our association with the SickKids Foundation.

There are several reason we became so extravagant on this holiday, most importantly;

  • Give something back to our community.
  • Give the kids something to look forward to (and hopefully some adults too).
  • Most importantly, try to spread the idea of charity and giving to the next generation.

Halloween is for the kids and it also brings out the kids in all of us. It makes perfect sense to give what we can to those who cannot enjoy simple things like ‘Trick or Treating’

We are very proud to be part of this great cause.  Hopefully, working together we can make a difference.

To date we have raised in excess of $4,900 !

Why wait? Please Donate Now

If you are not able to see the ‘show’, Please use the secure link to the SickKids Foundation to donate.

About SickKids Foundation

Our mission: We inspire our communities to invest in health and scientific advances to improve the lives of children and their families in Canada and around the world.

Our vision: Healthier Children. A Better World.™

  • Established in 1972, SickKids Foundation raises funds on behalf of The Hospital for Sick Children
  • The Foundation’s fundraising is driven by the belief that improving the health and well-being of children is one of the most powerful ways to improve society

Community support, separate and distinct from government and granting agencies, is a critical source of funding for SickKids.

  • In the fiscal year that ended March 31, 2010, SickKids Foundation invested $52.5 million in child health research, education and care
  • $47.9 million of that investment went to critical initiatives at SickKids and $4.6 million went to national, international and other initiatives
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