Church Recycles Halloween Costumes
Most American children look forward to wearing a costume and trick-or-treating on Halloween. For parents, the costs of this one day event add up fast. A member of Hendersonville First United Methodist Church in Tennessee started the NashvilleCostumes for Kiddos Project. The program collects gently used costumes and distributes them to families in shelters and after-school programs. It’s a simple idea backed by a Sunday school class that wanted to make an impact in the community.
This video was first posted on October 26, 2016.