Trick or Treaters piled into their parents’ vehicles to participate in a Halloween Drive Thru event organized by Diversity Kidz and Hummingbird Hub on Saturday, October 31st. Over 700 treat bags were distributed on the day.
Participants were required to register online via Diversity Kidz’ website, after which one of four pick up locations in Stouffville was presented to them- Boston Pizza, Trentadue Torres Group Realty, Downtown Stouffville and a Haunted House at 147 Chambersburg Way.
All social distancing protocols were observed during this event. Diversity Kidz’ Founder Debra McKenzie was overwhelmed by the outpouring of support from sponsors and volunteers who wanted to keep an important Canadian tradition alive.
The fundraising event also raised over $1000 for the Royal Canadian Legion (Branch 459).
The event was made possible through kind donations of volunteers and corporate sponsors including Boston Pizza, Trentadue Torres Group RE/MAX All Stars Realty Canadian Tire, Starbucks, Canadian Tire, Staedtler, My Wedding Officiant, Stouffville’s Chamber of Commerce, NoFrills, Sherwin Williams, Northway Barber, Main Street Bakehouse, Pizza Pizza, Devries.Beauty, SportClips Haircut, Stouffville Florist, I.D.A, Thicketwood Veterinary Hospital, Dominos, Stouffville Shoe Repair, Chic Thrills, Wendy Musto (Remax), IdeaLab Kids, Royal Canadian Army Cadets, Lindy’s Floral Boutique, Mona’s Merch, Reesor’s, and Innovate Financial Professionals.