Halloween Fundraiser

Every year on Halloween Day, a team of around thirty Harvard volunteers parade the surrounding Cambridge area in full costume, “trick-or-treating” for donations and raising awareness about Harvard China Care and its mission. In the past, this fundraiser has raised funds both for single-child surgeries as well as for larger projects such as the opening of the Baoji Children’s Home. To date, we have raised more than $5,500 over five Halloweens.

Want to know where the money we raise goes? Read more below!

Past Halloween Fundraisers:

2009: Over $475 was raised for an infant from Inner Mongolia with club feet, who needed to undergo tenotomy to lengthen and correct the tendon in his foot. Unfortunately, this was not enough to fund the $1500 procedure. We will continue to support him through other fundraisers.

2008: We raised over $800 in one afternoon! All funds went to support the Baoji Children’s Home in Shanxi province.