United Cerebral Palsy is inviting Halloween revelers of all ages to enter our #Halloween Without Limits digital photo contest this October. No one should have to miss the fun of dressing up for Halloween because they have a disability which may not be accommodated by traditional costumes. Taking into account assistive technology such as wheelchairs and walkers or the sensory needs of children with Autism and Down syndrome can sometimes be a frustrating task. So, UCP is encouraging creativity by rewarding costumes designed to work specifically for the unique challenges faced by people with disabilities.
Beginning on October 1, we invite parents and individuals with disabilities to share their most creative, kooky and fun costumes to our Facebook page by tagging @UCPNational and using the hashtag #HalloweenWithoutLimits. It doesn’t matter if you’re a princess or a hero, a ghost or a ghoul, as long as you have gone the extra mile to accommodate a disability.
Winners will be chosen based on the number of combined “likes”, shares and comments. There will also be a “Most Creative Costume” chosen. Photos of children under the age of 18 must be submitted by a parent or guardian.
#HalloweenWithoutLimits How To:
1. “Like” UCP on Facebook.
2. Upload your photo(s) to our Facebook wall, using the hashtag #HalloweenWithoutLimits (entries without the hashtag won’t be counted!)
3. Vote for your favorite photo(s) by “liking”, commenting or sharing throughout the month of October! Be sure to share to get votes from family and friends!
4. Wait for the winners to be announced on October 31 to see if you will get bragging rights for next year!
We can’t wait to see your costume creations!