Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Wonder Woman Costume For A Cause

Ever wanted to be a real life Wonder Woman? I mean, not just dress up as her, but actually try and be her?
Well, now's your chance.

HalloweenCostumes.com is having a contest


More precisely, do you feel a deep desire to engage in good deeds and works of public service?
HalloweenCostumes.com has great news for you: You need not have been born with super powers to make a super change. Our Woman Costume for a Cause Contest will aid you in your quest to become the hero you've always wanted to be.
So what are you waiting for? You can fly your ideas to us via an invisible plane, or just use the convenient submission form. Submissions will close on July 4th, 2012 and we will contact the winners with further information.
100% of the proceeds of the next 80 Wonder Woman costumes sold on HalloweenCostumes.com will be allocated to funding your heroism. This contest is open to both male and female entrants, U.S. residents only.

I think that this is an amazing contest! I really wanted to enter, until I read that it's just for US residents only. Maybe if her costume looked more like this.... they'd let me enter

Anyway, I can't enter, but that doesn't mean that you can't, well, as long as you live in the US.

There are so many great ideas of things you can do.
I wanted to buy a whole bunch of superhero/heroin kids costumes and donate them to our local children's hospital. I thought that it might make them feel invincible in a time when they are not. It could give them hope and courage to fight their illness, especially in radiation and cancer wards.

I also thought of getting a bunch of people together and donating a piece of ourselves to the cause; cutting our "Amazonian" hair for locks of love or giving "super" blood for people in need.

How about volunteering at a local food bank or helping prepare a good, nutritious meal for a retirement home that can't afford good food. You could sponsor a family in need for a year or a kids breakfast program.

You could help out at a local shelter or sponsor a highway to keep clean.

There are so many things that you can do to help out in your community. The great thing about it is that you don't have to be an amazonian to do so, you just have to be yourself. No matter your shape or size, every girl is a Wonder Woman

And so are boys, don't forget, you can enter too and help make a difference in someones life.

Click here to enter for yourself


Here is the Wonderful Winning Entry!

Terrill Johnson is the winner of the Wonder Woman Costume for a Cause Contest from HalloweenCostumes.com. She used the contest money to purchase supplies to donate to a local domestic crisis center in Murray, KY.

Well done Terrill!!

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