When Education Makers travelled to the Bay Area Maker Faire, they met volunteers from Magicwheelchair, “a non-profit organization that builds epic costumes for kiddos in wheelchairs, at no cost for families” ( They thought it was an amazing idea. In Montreal, they have partnered with a group that call themselves The DuctTapers Anonymous. Together they created a project called Rolloween.

For their first year, they created a dragon costume for an 11-year-old child. Meet Chad the dragon!

Appearance in the media:

The Conversation Canada: DIYers create a one-of-a-kind dragon costume for a 10-year old in a wheelchair

Global News: Grade 5 student who uses a wheelchair gets costume of a lifetime

CBC Montreal: Montreal boy who uses a wheelchair is ready to roll into Halloween, thanks to a group of crafters