Pledge your support! Share these resources to show kids with food allergy you have non-food treats and that you are making Halloween inclusive and safe for all – this year and for years to come.
Check out these posters from our #ShineATealLight campaign.
- If you’re giving out candy, these full-colour and printer-friendly posters can be displayed on your front door to let kids know you have allergy-friendly and non-food treats for them.
- The posters are also great to raise awareness and for fundraising.
- Click on the images to download the posters. The poster will then open in a new window where you can print.
Social icons for sharing
Download and share these fun Halloween Edition #FoodAllergyHacks!
- Pledge your support and drive food allergy awareness by posting these #FoodAllergyHacks on social media. They are a great way to let your community know how you are making this Halloween fun and safe for kids with food allergy.
- Be sure to use the hashtag #FoodAllergyHacks and #ShineATealLight when sharing on social media.
- Click on the images to download the hacks. The image will then open in a new window. To save the image, right click the image and save them to your device.
Social posts for sharing
Share these messages with your social community!
Please use #ShineATealLight in your messages and tag us, so we can like and share! Our handles are:
- Facebook – @FoodAllergyCanada
- Twitter – @FoodAllergyCAN
- Instagram – @Food_Allergy_Canada
Message 1: Be inclusive: Help kids with #foodallergy have fun and stay safe on Halloween. Join me in participating in @FoodAllergyCanada’s #ShineATealLight campaign! foodallergycanada.ca/ShineATealLight
Message 2: I pledge to support kids with #foodallergy on Halloween by shining a teal light and having allergy-friendly/non-food treats on Halloween. Join the #ShineATealLight movement at foodallergycanada.ca/ShineATealLight. @FoodAllergyCanada
Message 3: Check out the <insert monument name> lit up in teal for #foodallergy awareness on Halloween! #ShineATealLight #LightItTeal @FoodAllergyCanada
Message 4: Food allergy can make treats tricky to navigate. Help make Halloween a safer, more inclusive one for kids with #foodallergy by shining a teal light to show you are offering allergy-friendly/non-food treats. #ShineATealLight @FoodAllergyCanada
Message 5: Check out this #FoodAllergyHack for keeping kids with food allergy safe on Halloween! foodallergycanada.ca/HalloweenHacks <insert hack>
Activities for parties and events
Tip sheet for party hosts
Make your celebration safe and inclusive for all. Check out our tips on having fun and staying safe.
- Download our tip sheet for party hosts.
For any questions you may have, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 1 866 785-5660.