Irish comedian Neil Delamere has joined forces with 'Trick or Treat for Temple Street' to ask the country to help raise much needed funds for the hospital.
Families, schools, creches, workplaces, pubs, restaurants and individuals are urged to sign up to the 'Trick or Treat for Temple Street' campaign this Halloween.
The campaign, which is supported by MiWadi, is very straightforward – supporters are simply asked to dress up in a Halloween costume and have a party.
"The thinking behind the campaign is simple," says Temple Street's fundraising manager, Roisin O'Connor. "Ireland dresses up at Halloween. Ireland parties at Halloween. Ireland loves Halloween."
And this Halloween, she points out, colourful 'monster' parties will help Temple Street to fund essential facilities and life-saving equipment for some of the country's sickest children.
"We all celebrate and hold parties each Halloween at home, at work or in our local pubs and clubs. So why not do it this year for one of Ireland's leading hospitals?"
Funds raised will help pay for crucial facilities and equipment in the hospital. This year, the funds will go towards essential needs such as a parents' room where staff can discuss a child's prognosis with family members in privacy.
The funds will also go towards providing facilities such as satellite classrooms on wards where children cannot access the main hospital school.
Look out for details on billboards, or you can visit www.trickortreat.templestreet.ie for more information, and register today.
Once registered, you'll receive your Trick or Treat 'tool kit' containing everything you need to get your party started such as your very own witch's hat, balloons, banners and much more.