Trick-or-Treat for Unicef has been around since 1950, when children were inspired to collect coins instead of candy to support other children affected by World War II. 61 years later the tradition continues, this time with an earthy tote bag/trick-or-treat bag designed by Lauren Bush of FEED. Each bag purchased provides one child in the developing world with a year’s worth of micronutrient powder, which their mom or guardian can sprinkle on their food to prevent malnutrition and ensure they get enough essential vitamins and minerals. FEED Trick or Treat bag for Unicef, $18.

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