Spread the word » Facebook Twitter

Fair Trade - National
Dear Supporter,

Reverse Trick-or-Treating is back for it’s fifth year to give you the opportunity to treat-n-teach your neighbors.

There's just one week left to order your kit online!

As we approach one of the most popular holidays for chocolate consumption, Halloween, there is a great way that children and families can help end child labor in the cocoa industry and promote Fair Trade – by participating in Reverse Trick-Or-Treating!

Trick-or-Treaters will be handing Fair Trade chocolate back to adults, with informational cards attached, to explain the problems of the cocoa industry and how Fair Trade presents a solution. By providing children with a way to be active, tens of thousands of households in the US are getting the message that child labor and forced labor will not be tolerated by our kids.

You can take part by visiting www.reversetrickortreating.org and ordering your free kit today. We have extended the deadline for online orders to Monday October 17th!

Live in the Bay Area?

Pick up your kit in person and sample fair trade chocolate at the Global Exchange Fair Trade store in San Francisco this Saturday October 15th!  Find out more details HERE.

Reverse Trick-or-Treating is an initiative launched by the human rights organization Global Exchange in cooperation with Fair Trade companies Equal Exchange, Sweet Earth Chocolates and Coco-Zen, and is a collaborative effort of countless children, youth, and adults supported by institutions including nonprofit organizations, faith-based organizations, Fair Trade companies, and schools.

If you have questions, please email kylie@globalexchange.org (email is the preferred method of contacting us, for the fastest response) or call 415.575.5551.

Get your kit today and be part of the real progress that needs to be made to help end the exploitation of children in the cocoa industry and raise awareness of Fair Trade.

In solidarity,

Kylie Nealis

Coordinator, Reverse Trick-Or-Treating


WWW.GLOBALEXCHANGE.ORG Unsubscribe from this list