With Halloween just around the corner, many parents are already worried about how they're going to be able to dress their kids in the costumes they want without going broke. The United Way of Broome County and Vestal Rotary Club have come up with a pretty incredible solution.

From now until October 6th, you can help local kids have the opportunity for a happy Halloween by dropping off your clean and gently used Halloween costume(s) at the United Way of Broome County, 101 South Jensen Road.

On Saturday, October 6th, the Southern Tier community is invited to visit the United Way of Broome County to browse through costumes and pick out a new (to you) costume for your little one(s). After selecting your Halloween costume (s), you'll be invited to enjoy Halloween treats, cider and donuts, and crafts.

There will be at least 100 costumes on hand for babies to age 14 and each family is asked to only take one costume per child. The costumes leftover after the October 6th event will be donated to community partners of the United Way of Broome county so that they can continue to benefit other kids in our community.

Want to learn more about the Halloween Costume Exchange? Call the United Way of Broome County 607-240-2000.

[via United Way of Broome County]