Published: Fri, November 02, 2018
Life&Culture | By Ben Goodman

Yes, Jimmy Kimmel’s Halloween candy prank is back for 2018

Yes, Jimmy Kimmel’s Halloween candy prank is back for 2018

In partnership with Operation Gratitude, candy collected at the dentists' office will be packaged up and sent to USA military troops serving overseas. Operation Troop Treats promotes good dental health and gives Greenville children and families an opportunity to send deployed US troops and Veterans and First Responders serving here at home this year a "sweet" reminder of their gratitude during the holiday season. Parents are encouraged to tell their children that they ate all the candy overnight and film the kids' reactions.

You don't have to be a patient to donate - Anyone can stop by and give candy.

Angela Hannon from Kool Smiles says she also wants the kids to understand where the candy is going. Since its inception in 2003, Operation Gratitude volunteers have shipped more than 2.1 Million Care Packages.

The supermodel has been hosting star-studded and now legendary Halloween parties since 2000, and her costume reveal has become one of the highlights of the holiday for many.

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"You keep it coming on", Winfrey said. "She's a great speaker, but I liked her better when she was giving away Toyotas and refrigerators", Ingraham said.

The push to move the holiday is coming from the USA -based Halloween and Costume Association, which says it would be safer for kids and easier on parents.

If you're anything like me, any excuse to pile on the frosting is a good idea in my book, and these awesome witch hats take it the extra mile.

Candy for deployed Service Members, Veterans, and First Responders will be collected at each of the eight Bright Side Dental & Orthodontics Metro Detroit locations from November 1-8, 2018.

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