Donate Old Halloween Costumes to Kids Fighting Cancer
Be honest, how many times has your child ever worn the same Halloween costume twice? Don't let them collect dust in your basement. Donate them to kids fighting cancer to brighten their day!
If you've ever had a drink at China Blue, Dirty Little Roddy's or Amsterdam Lounge (or its previous incarnation Main Street Bistro,) you've probably ran into our friend Ted Challenger who owns those bars. Ted and his family have always been major supporters of Camp Rainbow Gold, an oncology camp in the Wood River Valley for kids with cancer.
With the help of their mobile medical trailer known as the "Med Shack" and a staff of incredible volunteers, Camp Rainbow Gold helps these kids experience summer camp like normal boys and girls. A major part of the experience at oncology camp is playing dress up!
That's why Ted and his staff at The Tailgate Sports Bar & Grill (815 W Ann Morrison Park) are holding a Halloween Costume Drop-Off drive Wednesday, November 2nd and Thursday, November 3rd. Drop off your child's old Halloween costumes at the Tailgate between 4-8 p.m. to give it new life at Camp Rainbow Gold!