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This Nonprofit Makes Halloween Costumes for Kids in Wheelchairs

This Nonprofit Makes Halloween Costumes for Kids in Wheelchairs
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Magic Wheelchair designs and builds epic costumes that incorporate the child's wheelchair and theme of choice

Leigh Ann Renzulli
  • 3 september 2015

Ryan Weimer has been making elaborate Halloween costumes for his own kids since 2008. Last year, he decided to start Magic Wheelchair so that other disabled children could enjoy similarly intricate costumes.

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