In Anderson, Missouri, US, a high school senior brought joy recently by collecting donations of Halloween costumes for children whose families couldn't afford to buy them. The little ones were able to pick out their own costume from a "costume shop" organized by Jasmine Duncan and wear it to the school's Halloween parade. "It's one of those things that gives you chills and goosebumps and, honestly, brings a tear to your eye. The fact that a high school student, who used to be a student here, thought of this idea – it makes it come full circle. It's such a meaningful way to give back because these little bitty ones don't understand why they don't have a special costume but their friends do. It makes them feel special," said teacher Kristen Clardy. 100 students got costumes due to Jasmine's efforts.

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