With the support of the Children’s Hospital of Michigan Foundation, The Spirit Halloween stores gives more than $250,000 to Children’s Hospital
January 26, 2017 – Detroit, Mich.— Since 2007, Spirit Halloween, the largest Halloween specialty retailer in the country, has raised more than $293,000 for the Children’s Hospital of Michigan Foundation, to support the Child Life program at Children’s Hospital of Michigan. A hospital can be a scary place for an adult, let alone a child. Child Life programs, funded through the Spirit of Children program work to make the hospital look like and feel less scary.
“We are able to give back to the children in and around Detroit by partnering with the Children’s Hospital of Michigan Foundation and supporting such worthwhile programs like Child Life. We work to bring the Halloween spirit to all children, no matter where they celebrate the holiday. By extending the Halloween holiday spirit with this gift, we are working to bring lots of fun into a “scary” place, meaning the hospital.” Bill Clanton, a Michigan Zone Manager, Spirit Halloween.