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Here's What It Means if You See a Blue Bucket on Halloween


Halloween can be fun for everyone! People are dressed up in costumes, there's trick-or-treating, spooky decorations, and lots and lots of candy. Understandably, Halloween is quite stimulating, sometimes overly so for neurotypical people. That is why the blue Halloween bucket is being used this year. 

What is the blue Halloween bucket?

If you see someone trick-or-treating with a blue Halloween bucket this year, that signifies that the person out and about has autism and might have extra needs. The blue bucket is being used to raise awareness about autism and to include everyone in the holiday festivities.