3rd Annual HemoHelper Halloween Costume Contest


hhero-girlWe invite the bleeding disorders community to participate in our 3rd annual “HemoHelper Halloween” contest! Be creative and spread awareness at the same time by dressing up and posting photos to social media using the hashtag: #HemoHelperHalloween. Unique costumes are great conversation starters, and we encourage everyone to get involved!

3 Simple Contest Rules:

  1. Choose any bleeding disorder-related costume, or any regular costume and try to add a twist to it to bring attention to bleeding disorders. See here for ideas.
  2. Use the hashtag #HemoHelperHalloween when you upload a photo of you or your loved one in your costume to Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram any time during the month of Oct. If your costume requires any sort of explanation, please include how it is hemophilia related in the caption. Any offensive posts will not be considered.

3. Contest ends on November 1st, 2016.  Feel free to dress up any time during the month of October, even if it isn’t your only Halloween costume this year!

Anyone is eligible!

It doesn’t matter how old you are, or whether or not you have a bleeding disorder, so spread the word and invite your friends to participate!

Two winners will be announced

One will be chosen by our panel of judges, and the other will chosen by a 24-hour public vote conducted on our social media outlets: Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

Winners will be announced on November 2, 2016.

By submitting a photo with the #HemoHelperHalloween hashtag, HemoHelper reserves the right to use the photo in promotional materials in upcoming years.

What do the winners get?

Winners will be featured on our website, and will receive:img_4632

  • One of our signature mugs (your choice) 
  • A $10 Amazon gift card
  • An engraved medical ID**

**If the winner has a bleeding disorder, they may receive a medical ID. If the winner does not have a bleeding disorder, the medical ID will be donated to someone in a developing country with a bleeding disorder.

We can’t wait to see your creative bleeding disorder-related costumes! Good luck and have fun spreading bleeding disorder awareness this Halloween!

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