For Josh Duhamel, Halloween was more than just dressing up and going to a costume party. This year, it was about supporting children affected by AIDS.

On Oct. 29 in Los Angeles, he was honored at the 18th annual ‘Dream Halloween’ fundraising campaign, which strives to give children with HIV/AIDS a fun and safe Halloween.

Duhamel, 38, was presented with the ‘Ribbon of Dreams’ for his work as a children’s advocate. It seems like he is a real-life hero, just like his role in ‘Transformers.’ Philanthropist Jake Kloberdanz, the founder and CEO of ONEHOPE Foundation and ONEHOPE Wine, was also honored.

Dream Halloween was presented by Children Affected by AIDS Foundation and Keep a Child Alive. In addition to honoring all those who help the cause, the event raised money for children infected with HIV or AIDS.

The spooky occasion encouraged all families and celebs to come in costume for a night filled with tricks, treats and activities! Children enjoyed a magical ‘Trick-or-Treat Lane,’ yummy treats, arts and crafts, face painting and many more fun activities.

Other stars in attendance included Jamie Lee Curtis, who hosted the event, along with Honorary Vice Chair Doris Roberts.

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