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Use our free posters, social icons, and more to share how you are keeping Halloween safe for all.

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.

Posters

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.

Full-colour posters:

Shine a Teal Light Poster 1
Shine a Teal Light Poster 2
Shine a Teal Light Poster 3
Shine a teal light pledge poster

Printer-friendly posters:

Shine a Teal Light Poster 1
Shine a Teal Light Poster 2
Shine a Teal Light Poster 3
Shine a teal light pledge poster

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 when sharing on social media.
  • Click on the images to download the posters.

Halloween Tip 15

Check out and share our Halloween Edition #FactsAndHacks!

  • Learn how to manage food allergy this Halloween through a series of facts from research alongside a food allergy hack. Share with others on social media to create a community that is allergy-aware!
  • Click the “Share” button to download the gif and click the “Research behind the fact” button to read the research.
  • Don’t forget to use the hashtag #FactsAndHacks when sharing.

Activities for parties/events in your social bubble

Adriana and Christian painting and making teal light crafts
Christian and Adriana Di Criscio from Montreal create teal lantern crafts for Halloween.
Tip sheet for party hosts

Tip sheet for party hosts

Make your social bubble celebration safe for all. Check out our tips on having fun and staying safe.

Questions?

For any questions you may have, contact us at info@foodallergycanada.ca, or call 1 866 785-5660.

Check out the other ways you can support kids with food allergy this Halloween:

Kids trick or treat. Halloween in face mask.Halloween tips to keep kids safe

Teal light on porchShine a teal light – join the movement

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