They may be a little too old to go out and trick or treat.
But a Roanoke College fraternity and sorority dressed up and knocked on doors for kids who can't.
Instead of candy, they went door-to-door asking for monetary donations.
All of the proceeds go to the Carilion Clinic Children's Hospital.
“All this money stays local and it's really important for everyone in the neighborhood to see the students doing this and to know what the organization is and how important it is,” said Roanoke College student Caitlin Giles.
In Southwest Virginia last year, 2,200 kids were hospitalized at the Carilion Clinic Children's Hospital.
The Roanoke College students also do a letter-writing campaign to raise money.