Donate to Halloween 313
Halloween 313 is entirely supported by donations of both money and time. (This page is just about money, though.) We couldn’t do what we do without the generosity of our friends, neighbors, and volunteers.
We source as much inexpensive or free material as possible, but between stage rental, sound, lighting, set construction, prop building/sourcing, paint, costumes, makeup and candy, the costs add up. 100% of contributions go towards offsetting these expenses. We greatly appreciate any amount that you are able to make towards our efforts. No contribution is too small!
T-Shirts & Totes
Each year, we design new collector’s t-shirts that are available in exchange for a $25 donation ($20 in cash/in person). Candy totes are also available for a $15 donation ($10 in cash/in person)
Domestic shipping is included at no additional charge for all online donations. $10 per order will be added for shipping to Canada.
Created especially for the 2016 Halloween show! For a donation of only $25, it may not protect you against the dark side of magic, but it’ll give your mojo a major boost! And remember, kids, listen to your Uncle Stabby the Clown: “Buy this shirt...or ELSE!”
“You Stab ’em, We Nab ’em”! That's the motto of the Coney Island Cadaver Collectors (featured in the 2016 show, AbraCadaver). Collecting cadavers from the Coney Island Boardwalk can be back-breaking work. But the Collectors are fiercely dedicated to their jobs, so we found it only fitting to memorialize them with their very own t-shirt! A donation of $25 will get you this whimsical tee, along with puzzled looks from everyone you meet.
Nothing says Halloween in Brooklyn like a skull made out of bricks, manhole covers, water towers, and Brownstones! Get this gorgeous, one-of-a-kind tee for a donation of just $25.
For a donation of $25, you can own a genuine, 100% authentic piece of Brooklyn history! 2014’s Halloween 313 t-shirt is a throwback to the event that started it all: 313 Clinton Avenue’s very first official Halloween party 20 years ago, which had the theme “Nightmare on Clinton Avenue.”
Past year’s shows are listed on the back, so the person crowding you on the subway can take a walk down memory lane.
Serious trick-or-treaters know that a tiny plastic jack-o-lantern bucket just ain’t gonna cut it. For a donation of $15, this sturdy, spacious canvas tote can be yours. Nice long shoulder straps allow you to keep your hands free, whether it’s for applause, candy catching, or fighting off zombies.
Look for Us
Saturdays at the Fort Greene Park Farmer’s Market or at 313 Clinton Avenue. T-shirts are just $20 for in cash/in person donations.