Halloween is coming up fast! But don’t worry — it’s not too late to raise money for Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF!

Need a last-minute idea? Here are some simple fundraisers you can do with a small group or your entire Key Club this Halloween to help save and protect moms and babies through The Eliminate Project.

Through October 27, you can order Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF boxes here. Or print off some canister wrappers, which you can wrap around a can or plastic container to create your own collection box!

Trick-or-treat door to door. The classic. Put on your favorite costume and head out with some friends to a neighborhood in your community. Then ask for donations instead of sweets.

Kiwanis Gives online. Expand your service power through Kiwanis Gives Online, a free fundraising platform that is easy to use to fundraise for Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF.

Collect spare change. If your school has vending machines, tape Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF boxes near the change dispenser. Encourage anyone buying snacks to drop in some change.

Guess the number. Fill a large jar with candy corn. Set up a booth outside your cafeteria and invite students to guess how many pieces the jar contains. Charge a small fee per guess. The winner gets the jar of candy.

Host “Cookies for Coins.” Bake Halloween cookies and sell each one for spare change. Coins can go a long way!

Leave boxes behind. Ask teachers to keep an orange box in their classrooms and spread the word to their students. You could even make it a competition between homerooms — see which class can raise the most money!

Kiwanis costume party. Attend one of your sponsoring Kiwanis club’s meetings in October. Show up in costume and bring the little orange boxes to collect donations from the Kiwanians.