Now you can bid on mystery Trick-or-Treat bags made by the Caps Better Halves and kids from Second Story. Bags contain miscellaneous treats along with signed items from Capitals players. All proceeds benefit Second Story.
It’s a boo-tiful time of year to help out those in need. This Halloween, the Capitals Better Halves are auctioning off mystery Trick-or-Treat bags to raise money for Second Story. The bags were decorated by the Capitals Better Halves and participants from Second Story and are filled with miscellaneous items including signed Capitals swag, sweet treats and more.
The vision of Second Story is of a community in which all young people are safe, live in a nurturing environment and have the opportunity to reach their full potential. Found in 1972 as “Alternative House,” Second Story transforms the lives of children and youth, helping them stay safe, make positive decisions, achieve educational success, and overcome personal crises. They offer children, youth and families hope for brighter futures by providing counseling, shelter and neighborhood-based support.
The auction is live now and will conclude Thursday, Oct. 24 at 5:00 p.m.
You can place a bid or find out more information about the auction here.