KATY MAGAZINE NEWS - Katy, TX
September 28, 2017
Two Katy moms are holding Halloween costume pop up shops to provide free costumes for kids
Two Katy moms, Becky Schmidt and Michelle Donahue, have started a costume drive for Katy kids impacted by the floods. The women have collected over 500 costumes throughout the month of September and will be holding various FREE costume pop up shops for families to come and browse costumes.
"Costumes are expensive and this is one less thing families need to pay for," says Becky Schmidt. "Halloween may be the last thing on parents' minds but it is on the minds of their kids."
Free Halloween costume pop up shops
Sat. September 30, 2017
Mon. Oct. 2, 2017
Sun. Oct. 15, 2017
The women have collected costumes in sizes from infants to adults, and are still in need of new and gently used costumes in good condition. Their biggest need is school-aged sized costumes.
The women need help setting up, taking down, and just overall help during the event. Sign up here.
DONATION DROP OFF SITES THROUGH OCT. 3
Costumes may be dropped off at the following drop off centers through October 3:
Cammarata Pediatric Dentistry
For more information, refer to their Facebook page HARVEY CANT SCARE AWAY HALLOWEEN