HSN Cares and Trick-or-Treat for Unicef

FEED Trick-or-Treat Bag to benefit UNICEF 

For 60 years, Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF has helped children in need worldwide. UNICEF works in over 150 countries to reduce child mortality through health care, clean water, nutrition, education, emergency relief and more.HSN honors Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF’s 60th anniversary with the FEED Trick-or-Treat Bag, created by FEED Projects. A portion of every HSN-exclusive bag purchased will help UNICEF provide one child in the developing world with an entire year’s worth of vital micronutrient supplements.So leave the pillowcases at home and help kids while collecting goodies with the FEED Trick-or-Treat Bag to benefit UNICEF. These great bags are the perfect accessory for anyone during the Fall season!!

  • FEED Projects, co-founded by Lauren Bush and Ellen Gustafson, is a charitable organization with the mission of creating good products that FEED the world.  Thus far, “FEED Bags” have provided funding for over 55 million school meals for children around the world through the United Nations World Food Program
  • The FEED Trick-or-Treat project marks the launch of a new FEED/HSN partnership with the U.S. Fund for UNICEF in honor of the 60thanniversary of Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF.
  • For each FEED Trick-or-Treat bag purchased at HSN or hsn.com/hsncaresHSN will donate $3.50 to the U.S. Fund for UNICEF to help support UNICEF micronutrient supplement powder programs. These programs help children under the age of five with a high malnutrition risk and for just about $3.50 UNICEF can provide a child with fortified nutrition for one year.    
  • The bag is currently available for $13.20 exclusively at hsn.com/hsncares now through Halloween    


    UNICEF is the world’s leading children’s organization, saving and improving children’s lives in over 150 countries around the world through health care, clean water, nutrition, education, emergency relief and more. UNICEF is working to reduce the number of preventable childhood deaths to zero through a variety of low-cost, high impact interventions to help children survive and thrive, focusing on:

    health & nutrition
    UNICEF provides healthcare to young children and their mothers to make sure every child gets a healthy start in life.  UNICEF is a global leader in child immunization, providing vaccines to 40% of the world’s children, and is the world’s largest provider of insecticide-treated mosquito nets which help protect children and families from malaria.

    clean water

    UNICEF provides clean water, sanitation and hygiene education to children and families in more than 90 countries worldwide. It works with partners to distribute oral rehydration salts to prevent deadly dehydration, trains teachers, community and health workers to educate children about safe water and proper sanitation, and distributes hygiene kits during crises to keep diseases at bay.


    Malnutrition keeps children trapped in the cycle of poverty and plays a role in the majority of the deaths of children under five. Malnourished children are too weak to fight off illness, and they often become physically and mentally stunted. UNICEF supplies children the proper nutrition they need to grow into healthy and productive adults.


    UNICEF creates unique ways to make education accessible to all children. In Ethiopia, it built migrating schools that follow the pastoral rhythms of a nomadic community. In Afghanistan – where the Taliban forbidden females to attend school – UNICEF set up literacy centers so that all children can get the education they deserve.

    emergency relief

    Each year, UNICEF aids children and families affected by hundreds of emergencies around the world. UNICEF was created after World War II to help children living in war–ravaged areas; today it continues to be the leader in emergency and disaster relief for children. It provides food, water, shelter, protection, and psychosocial care. The organization also works to reunite children with their families and care for those who are orphaned.


    1. genny
      October 7, 2010 / 3:19 am

      selling bags for a cause. i am amazed to those people who are doing it for others. who needed help more like children. nice post!

    2. Laura Lane
      November 14, 2012 / 5:01 pm

      That's a cute bag.

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