Blake Mompher decided that he wanted to dress up as one of his favorite foods, a cup of Kraft Mac & Cheese, for Halloween.
Since Halloween is looking a bit different this year, Kraft wanted to help Blake show off his costume by setting up a virtual neighborhood trick-or-treat with a few special surprises.
Kraft Mac & Cheese celebrated the Mompher family’s fandom by giving them a year’s supply of their signature dish, making a $10,000 donation to Nationwide Children’s Hospital, and tickets to a college football game next year.
“We were so excited when we saw Blake’s creative Kraft Mac & Cheese Halloween costume and heard the Mompher family were such big mac & cheese fans, we wanted to give them a virtual trick-or-treat with a few fun surprises,” said Emily Violett of the Kraft Heinz Company, “With the help of a few friends, we’re giving the family a year’s supply of Kraft Mac & Cheese, making a $10,000 donation to Nationwide Children’s Hospital and tickets to a college football game next year.”
Blake’s first time making headlines on Halloween was in 2018 when he dressed up as a school bus, in a costume his grandfather built to fit right over his wheelchair.