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Jack & Jill Center and The Salvation Army of Fort Lauderdale to Host Trunk-or-Treat, a Free Family-Friendly Event, on Oct. 24

By September 6, 2023No Comments


Jack & Jill Center and the Salvation Army of Fort Lauderdale have teamed up to ensure the children in the community have a safe and fun Halloween.

To celebrate Spooky Season, the nonprofit organizations will host Trunk-or-Treat with the theme “Superheroes and Storybooks” at the Salvation Army on Tuesday, Oct. 24, 5–7 p.m. Trunk-or-Treaters of all ages are welcome to dress up as their favorite Disney, Marvel, DC, Fairy Tale Superhero or Storybook Character and trick-or-treat from various Halloween-decorated car trunks. The family-friendly event is free and open to the public. 

The organizations are still accepting vehicles to participate as the decorated “trunks” as well as peanut-free “treat” donations. Event sponsorships and underwriting opportunities are now available. Sponsorships range from $250 to $2,500.


Salvation Army
100 SW 9th Avenue
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312

Peanut-free “treat” donations may be dropped off at Jack & Jill Center Monday–Friday, 7 a.m.–6 p.m., prior to Oct. 24.

Jack & Jill Center

Halmos Family Building

1315 W. Broward Blvd.

Fort Lauderdale, FL, 33312


Tuesday, Oct. 24, 5 –7 p.m.


The family friendly event is free and open to the public.

Guests are encouraged to register.


For more information or to register, please visit

For more information about sponsorship or underwriting opportunities or to participate with a vehicle, please contact TQ Fulton at 954.463.8772 or

About Jack & Jill Center

Jack & Jill Center’s mission is to strengthen children and families through innovative education, supportive programming and community engagement. It achieves its mission by focusing on both the children and family units as a whole, so that the entire household, children and parents alike, are able to reach their full potential. Since 1942, Jack & Jill Center has served more than 26,000 children and families in South Florida. It currently serves as a NAEYC-accredited year-round early learning program for children aged six weeks through preschool, as well as an elementary school. The Madelaine Halmos Academy’s (MHA) new state-of-the-art elementary school building, an expansion of Jack & Jill Center’s Early Education Center, debuted in April 2021. Serving students from high-need working families in kindergarten–fifth grade, the transformational project, is geared to prepare students for success in career and life and be one of the highest-performing schools in Broward County. For more information about Jack & Jill visit www.jackandjillcenter.org, or call 954.463.8772.


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