There's a couple in Tulsa, Oklahoma named Emily and Richie Bolusky who LOVE Halloween, and really get into it.
And a few years ago, it broke their heart when a little girl showed up trick-or-treating WITHOUT a costume, because her parents couldn't afford one.
So their 9-year-old daughter immediately ran and got an old costume she wanted to GIVE the girl. And it inspired something pretty cool.
In 2016, they set up a makeshift costume shop in their driveway, where any kid could come and pick out a costume for FREE.
They called it "Myriam Poppins' Costume Closet" after a friend named Myriam who helped organize the whole thing. And they gave away about 150 costumes that year, including some they bought themselves, and some that were donated.