Superstorm Sandy was the scary Halloween monster that killed last year’s annual NYC Village Halloween Parade, and without your help, Sandy could do it again this year. Parade organizers are asking for donations as little as $1 to help save the 2013 Halloween parade. It’s called a parade, but it’s really a free street party, circus, dance performance.
Via Kickstarter, organizers have raised $40,000 of the $50,000 needed for this year’s parade, and need to raise the rest by Oct. 21st, or the parade won’t happen this year, either. Click here to find out how and where to donate. And click on the video link below to find out why you should donate.
It takes money to organize hundreds of life-size puppets, more than fifty bands, dancers, artists, and thousands of costumed New Yorkers. Last year was the first time in its 39 year history that the Parade was cancelled. The Village went dark and silent, the subways stopped running, and millions of New Yorkers and visitors from around the world were devastated. You can help bring it back this year.