Who would’ve thought howling at the moon could be so healthy!
Laurieann Aladin, author-activist and mother of two
Get started with these simple steps
- Bring Green Halloween to your city by becoming a volunteer coordinator, or offer to help the coordinator in your area
- Host a costume exchange for National Costume Swap Day (second Saturday of October)
- Help spread the enthusiasm for Green Halloween® via Twitter, Facebook or your blog. Here are some pre-written Tweets, posts and articles to make it easy.
- Talk to your children’s school about Green Halloween®
- Talk to your children about Green Halloween® and how you can participate as a family
- Talk to community businesses about helping you celebrate a Green Halloween®
- Contact your local grocery store and ask them to stock Green Halloween® items
- Ask us for some informational Green Halloween® post cards and hand them out wherever you can
- Stage a Green Halloween® party
- Organize a Green Halloween® neighborhood bash
- Make a Green Halloween® window sign (or buy one here) and give away Green Halloween® treats and treasures
- Purchase Green Halloween® products
- Become a Green Halloween® sponsor
- Host a post-Halloween candy composting party
- Sign up for our newsletter (from our homepage)
- Contact your local press/ media about Green Halloween®
- Write about Green Halloween® in your blog, or include a blurb about us in someone else’s blog
- Send us your ideas for next year
Efforts like Green Halloween are a great way for parents and children to have some fun and do something positive for the environment.
Greg Nickels,, Mayor of Seattle & Seattle Climate Action Now
For more information and how to get involved both in your community and schools please visit Green Halloween!