Ohio 7-year-old Blake Mompher, has spina bifida, hydrocephalus, and Chiari malformation and needs a wheelchair to get around. He is a huge fan of Kraft Macaroni & Cheese and the Ohio State Buckeyes, so his parents helped him create a custom-made macaroni and cheese costume that would fit over his wheelchair for this past Halloween.

The custom-made costume went viral and everyone was loving it, including Kraft and some former Ohio State football players. So the Kraft company decided to gift Mompher a virtual trick-or-treat visit to the homes of former Buckeyes stars Austin Mack, Jordan Fuller, and Braxton Miller.

During his virtual trick-or-treat, Mack told Mompher that he managed to get him a whole year's worth of Kraft Mac and Cheese. That's 365 boxes of Kraft Mac and Cheese, meaning one for every single day of the year. Not only that, Kraft gifted Mompher's family tickets to a Buckeyes game next year, and Fuller told the family that Kraft will be donating $10,000 to Nationwide Children's Hospital in Blake Mompher's name.