Alyssa Says Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF

By on 10-06-2010 in News, philanthropy, UNICEF

Alyssa Says Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF

Alyssa Milano is well known for her roles in “Who’s The Boss,” “Melrose Place” (as bad girl Jennifer Mancini), and “Charmed.” It wasn’t one of her on-screen roles that the actress was tweeting about on Wednesday, though.

Instead, the actress sent out a tweet on Wednesday afternoon to her more than a million followers urging them to help kids in need this Halloween by participating in Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF.

For 60 years, people have been trick-or-treating for the organization. These days, there are several ways in which people can get involved. Those wishing to participate can order boxes online, pick-up boxes at Toys ‘R’ Us or Babies ‘R’ Us, get involved through a Key Club, host a Halloween party, trick-or-treat for UNICEF online, download the organization’s new iPhone app, create their own fundraiser, or even text “TOT” to 864233 to make a donation.

Milano is a UNICEF Ambassador and has been involved with the organization for several years now.

Source: Gather.com

5 Comments

  1. Together we are more and can help the world!
    Beautiful example!
    I love you!
    Kisses, my star

  2. help the world make it a better place, for you and for me and the entire human race. WOW girl keep doing you are amazing.

  3. it makes me so happy that alyssa has so many good people rooting for her and appreciating her talent and incredible work to make the world a better place.

  4. I’m happy that I found your blog and this particular entry. I have not read anything so good and well prepared.

  5. After doing my research…I found that very little of the money donated to UNICEF is actually used for the children in your TV ads…why not support a charity that helps children for real.
    There are many sick and hungry children right here in the US.

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