Halloween is associated with all kinds of horrors, including the dreaded “sugar rush” amongst the very young (and also the older), but it also has its lovely life-giving and charitable side, often embodied in the haunted house. The tradition of Halloween charity is a long one. Some children were even talked into raising money for UNICEF in lieu of candy as far back as the World War II era. But more recently, the relationship between Halloween and charity has changed shape.
Ghouls For Good: 13 Haunted Houses That Raise Money For Charity