UNITED STATES–The Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE) Organization are suggesting neighborhood trick or treat participants to join their project’s mission in saving children during Halloween.

Participants are asked to put out teal objects, such as pumpkins, to indicate the house is allergy friendly for children. The sole purpose is to have all children included during Halloween and not left out because of food allergies. The Teal Pumpkin Project will encourage adult participants to give non-food items to children such as stickers, glow sticks, and other goods.

Interested adults are asked to visit the Food Allergy Donations Website to donate money for research as well as the chance to receive teal gifts indicating they are participants on Halloween.