MIDDLETOWN, OH (FOX19) - While children around the community were out trick-or-treating on Tuesday night, two Middletown kids skipped collecting candy to turn a profit for charity.
Come Halloween night, many kids fill up their bags and buckets with candy, but not 11-year-old Alana Dadrow.
For the second year in a row, Alana took a break from rounding up treats and instead focused on her own bag of tricks, and this time, her eight-year-brother Camden was in on it.
"I think it's cool that Alana's missed Halloween for two years," Camden said.
The two siblings sold hot chocolate in their neighborhood for $1 a cup Monday night. The money that they raised will go towards women's health, specifically breast cancer.
"They've had a couple friends have family members impacted by it," Molly Little, the children's mother, said. "We've had family members impacted by cancer, particularly breast cancer, and so it just feels really good to have them give back."