Project Edan™ is the charity of the official Peter Wingfield Fan Club. All content and images (except where noted) on this Web site are copyright © 1995-2010 PWFC. No permission is granted to post photos or information to any other Web site or blog without written permission from Project Edan. can hide a small room where a ghost haunts, wailing and glowing with glow-in-the-dark make-up.   Create a “barber of Fleet St. scene” with a prop chair and a lot of make-up.  There are lots of ideas for scary rooms on the web so do a little searching under haunted house ideas.  If you're not that ambitious, then you can still do the Trick or Treat for UNICEF plan.  You can get one of their decorated donation boxes from their web site or from a participating Crocs store.  Visit UNICEF's web site for more information:  http://youth.unicefusa.org/trickortreat/participate/ UNICEF is also sponsoring a virtual Costume Party.  Peter and the Project Edan are behind this idea.  Check out more information here. UNICEF and Halloween have gone together ever since I can remember.  As a child I went out to Trick-Or Treat with my "goodie" bag and an orange and black UNICEF box to ask for donations at the same time.  The custom of children helping children by asking for donations at this time of year has been a part of UNICEF since 1948.  It started the family of a Pennsylvania minister in 1947 that saw a way to turn the annual children's activity into a fundraiser for charity.  UNICEF quickly adopted it and it has continued since then.  In fact, President Lyndon Johnson signed a proclamation in 1967 that designates Halloween as National UNICEF Day.  In a similar way, the Central California region of the PWFC saw a way to make their charity fundraiser of a haunted house help Project Edan as well.  They added a bake sale to it, selling cakes, cookies and  drinks, the proceeds of which went to Project Edan, which in turn benefits UNICEF.  The actual haunted house admission is canned food, which benefits St. Martha's Food Pantry in Fresno, California.  Meryle Gallien's home is ideal for parties and gatherings, so it is transformed every Halloween into this haunted venue.  Her friends and fellow PWFC members populate it with ghosts, goblins, witches and goons as well as handling the donation table.  For any of you who might be theatrically inclined and creative, this is a great fundraiser you can do as well.  Gather like- minded friends, design a haunted house or garage and let your imagination go wild.   A fake brick wall with one brick missing Raising the Spirits For Fundraising