Bennett’s Village is exciting to be partnering with Children’s Adaptive Technology Services to bring Hallowheels to Charlottesville. Hallowheels partners kids ages 4-6 who have wheelchairs with teams to design awesome Halloween costumes.
Hallowheels has become CATS annual FUNdraiser, and will be expanded this year. With the help of Bennett’s Village in Charlottesville, and Attendants4You LLC in Richmond, the event will be conducted simultaneously in four locations: Roanoke, Lynchburg, Charlottesville and Richmond. Children who depend on wheelchairs for mobility, between the ages of 4 and 16 years, are now being recruited to participate, on a first come first serve basis. Teams of volunteers (usually college students) will compete to earn the most dollar votes for the costume design they create for the child assigned to them. Families who wish to participate can complete an application online at this link. https://hr.atdevicesforkids.org/hallowheels/