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Spirit Halloween Superstore fundraiser benefits Covenant Children's Hospital

Shoppers can take the attached coupon or show it on their device, and Spirit Halloween will take 10 percent off of the purchase and donate another 10 percent to Covenant Children’s. (Source: Covenant Children's) Shoppers can take the attached coupon or show it on their device, and Spirit Halloween will take 10 percent off of the purchase and donate another 10 percent to Covenant Children’s. (Source: Covenant Children's)
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

Throughout the Halloween season, shoppers can buy their Halloween costumes and decorations at Spirit Halloween Superstore, but when a special coupon is used, 10 percent will be taken off of their purchase and another 10 percent will be donated to Covenant Children's Hospital.

Spirit Halloween Superstore is part of the national Spirit of Children campaign. Spirit of Children is a national program that brings fun and funding to hospitals that focus on kids, to help make hospital stays less scary for children and their families.

Each October, Spirit Halloween also provides costumes, games and prizes for a special Halloween celebration at Covenant Children’s. The Spirit of Children Halloween party is Oct. 13 at 10 a.m.

Since 2010, Lubbock’s Spirit Halloween Superstore has donated $65,687 in cash and more than $35,000 in Halloween party items to Covenant Children’s.

After the holidays, store representatives will present donations collected from customers during the 2016 Halloween season. The money raised benefits Covenant’s Child Life department. The money allows the department to purchase toys and other items that provide pain distraction and therapeutic play to young patients.

Spirit Halloween Superstore is located at 4841 50th Street.

Nationwide, since 2007, The Spirit of Children has collected more than $29 million, and 2015 company-wide totals were more than $7 million.

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