There’s a Charity That Makes Halloween Costumes for Kids in Wheelchairs

Lon Davis  lives in Olathe, Kansas, just outside Kansas City.

He has an 11-year-old son named Reese, who’s he’s been in a wheelchair since he was three, because of a tumor on his spine.  Fortunately he’s in remission now.  But eight years ago, Lon made him a sweet Wall-E costume for Halloween that fit OVER his wheelchair.

Other parents started asking him to make costumes for THEIR kids in wheelchairs.  So last year, he started a charity called Walkin’ and Rollin’ Costumes that makes wheelchair costumes, and gives them away for FREE.

So far, they’ve done Iron Man, the car from “Dukes of Hazzard”, an X-wing fighter from “Star Wars”, and a bunch more.  They also did an Ant-Man costume this year, where the wheelchair is the ant he rides in the movie.

Apparently they got a ton of requests for this Halloween.  But you can request one for NEXT year through their website,WalkinRollin.org