Hold a fang-tastic party for National Star
Showing back-to-back scary movies, telling ghost stories and holding pumpkin carving competitions are among the Halloween ideas that could win you a great night out and help support young people with complex disabilities.
National Star is hoping people will have a truly frightful Halloween night to raise money for the charity – and it has collated hair-raising ideas for parties, crafts and food.
Adults can do devilish fancy dress and hunker down for a horror movie with a cup of Dracula’s blood punch, and children can make bats out of egg boxes and feast on batty biscuits and white chocolate eyeballs.
National Star celebrated its 50th birthday this year, and we want everyone to get into the spirit for Halloween. Our free fundraising pack has ideas and promotional posters for anyone looking for inspiration.
This year we will support 1,500 young people with complex disabilities and learning difficulties in Gloucestershire and across England and Wales.
Gill Henry, Head of Fundraising, said: ‘From enabling someone to communicate for the first time to supporting a young person with disabilities to get in to work, every penny raised from your party will enable us to continue transforming lives.’