ethical halloween

Have you heard about reverse trick-or-treating?

Reverse trick-or-treating was launched by the organization Global Exchange with the goal of pressuring the major chocolate producers in the United States—such as Hershey and Nestlé—to adhere to fair trade practices. Children who take part in the campaign hand out Fair Trade-certified chocolates, along with an information sheet about the problem.

It’s simple. If you are already planning on handing out treats, simply hand out a printable card to go along with it. You could also go on your planned trick or treat rout (or anywhere you plan to collect candy) and exchange one of these cards when you get your treat.

I created a printable version for you if you would like to participate. There are two pages, front, and back.

Download Free Reverse Trick or Treat Cards

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