October 30, 2007 14:27 ET

Costume Clad Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF Volunteers Will Greet TTC Commuters and Collect Money to Help Children in Malawi and Rwanda Go to School

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Oct. 30, 2007) -

Media Advisory/Photo/Interview Opportunity

What: Wednesday, October 31 is National UNICEF Day, declared by
the Federal Government in 2000 as a day that recognizes
the 52-year tradition of Canadians participating in
Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF.

To celebrate National UNICEF Day and the Trick-or-Treat
for UNICEF campaign, UNICEF Canada volunteers will dare
to be seen in costume at select subway stations to raise
money for UNICEF's work - no doubt raising a few spirits
as well!

When: National UNICEF Day, Wednesday, October 31
7:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.

Where: Interview/Photo Opportunity at Eglinton Subway Station
UNICEF Canada volunteers will also be collecting money
and raising awareness at Finch, King, Spadina, Bloor-
Yonge, Queen, Eglinton, Dundas, Lawrence, York Mills and
St George subway stations.

(at Eglinton): Alan Ely, Board Chair, UNICEF Canada
Cathy Memah, Ontario Community Partnerships & Events
Manager, UNICEF Canada

Cathy Memah and Alan Ely can discuss the success of this
year's Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF campaign and share how
children and adults have and still can make a difference
to children in developing countries.

Contact Information

  • Kathleen Powderley
    On behalf of UNICEF Canada
    (416) 699-5665 or Cell: (416) 803-5597