Costume Company, Spirit Halloween, Celebrates Holiday Early at Hasbro Children’s

October 13, 2017

Newport Hospital Planned Giving
Six-year-old Sienna Barron flashes a smile after donning her new costume.

For patients at Hasbro Children’s Hospital, a taste of Halloween came a bit early when employees of Spirit Halloween made a visit to the hospital on Thursday, October 12.

Complete with costumes to keep, “spooky” arts and crafts activities, face painting and pumpkin painting, the afternoon of fun was part of the company’s “Spirit of Children” activities.

From the Tomorrow Fund Clinic to the hospital's playrooms on the 4th and 5th floors, Spirit volunteers spent nearly two hours helping bring smiles to patients' faces.

Spirit Halloween has long been a supporter of Hasbro Children’s Hospital. In addition to hosting annual Halloween parties, the company organizes an in-store fundraiser each year, and has raised more than $261,000 for the hospital to date. Through October 31, customers who purchase their costumes at local Spirit Halloween locations can receive 10% off their entire purchase using this coupon, and Spirit Halloween will donate the 10% to Hasbro Children’s Hospital. 


Child Life Specialist Kelsey Mullen and four-year-old Isabelle Handley enjoy photo cut-outs brought to the hospital by Spirit Halloween volunteers.


Child Life Specialist Kelsey Mullen tried on a playful mask at the encouragement of her patients.


Kristen Steiner of Hasbro Children’s Hospital helps an excited Isabelle Handley put on accessories to the Halloween costume she picked out for herself.