Our Partners

Thanks to the following companies for their generous support of Treat Accessibly.

 
RE/MAX logo

Since 2018, RE/MAX Canada has been a strong supporter of Treat Accessibly and an accessible Halloween.  Their offices are the best way to get your Treat Accessibly lawn sign which is a great way to announce to your community that you also support accessible trick-or-treating.

Treat Accessibly Lawn Sign
 
Kinder logo

Kinder is all about celebrating special family moments, where joy and happiness are part of a child’s growth. 

We believe every child deserves the same opportunities which is why we're committed to working with Treat Accessibly to ensure Trick or Treating is accessible to all children this year and every Halloween to come.

Kinder will be supporting Treat Accessibly on the box and with social media to increase awareness and invite Canadians to join the inclusivity movement.

For more information about Kinder, please visit www.kinder.com or check them out on Facebook: KinderCanada and Instagram: @KinderCanada.

 
Canadian Tire logo

“Canadian Tire is a proud supporter of the Treat Accessibly movement in Canada,” said Kim Saunders, Vice President of ESG Strategy, Community Impact and Sports Partnerships. “Together, we can help make Canada a leader in celebrating the first accessible holiday tradition.” 

After Canadian Tire Corporation successfully piloted the world’s first Treat Accessibly Halloween Village for 300 children with disabilities in 2021, Canadian Tire is returning to support the movement’s expansion to additional cities across Canada.