Halloween Spending: The Price of Fright
Nicks older brother, Christopher Stone, founded Halloween for Hunger in 2006 as a service learning project while in Park Middle School. He continued the project for many years and during that time, he collected dozens of cases of food which were donated to local food pantries to include Immaculate Heart of Mary Church. For the past three years, Nick Stone has decided to continue his brothers project and with the help of his friend Greg Kraus, Halloween for Hunger was once again a huge success. This year the food collected was donated to the Fanwood Presbyterian Church.
“Sugar prices in the U.S. are protected. They try to keep sugar prices high, but they have been falling,” he says.