Information and list of giveaways, competitions, and contests available for entry.
Stay informed about international and local competitions and giveaways relating to health and/or disability products around the world.
Please check the date(s) before entering any competions listed, as often the final entry date may have passed. Disabled World may still maintain some expired listings for archival purposes and if the competion, or giveaway event is recurring we will update the competion page to reflect the new information and entry criteria.
NOTE: Disabled World does not keep any of the products provided to us for review purposes. They are either returned to the supplier after being reviewed, or offered as a prize in a free competion. Some items given away as prizes by Disabled World may consist of samples and products submitted to Disabled World for review. Therefore, though they are brand new, they may appear slightly used.
If you would like to publish an announcement for a competition, contest, or giveaway, or if you wish to submit an item or product related to health and/or disabilities, please contact us.
1 - Visions For The Future of Mobility Unveiled at CES - Toyota Mobility Unlimited Challenge (MUC) supports inclusion and innovation in smarter assistive technology to provide greater mobility and independence for people with lower limb paralysis | 2019/01/09
2 - Accessibility Innovation Showcase Competition - Helping Innovators Improve Lives of People with Disabilities - Ontario Centres of Excellence announces applications for 3rd annual Accessibility Innovation Showcase and Accessibility Tech Pitch Competition are now open | 2017/03/13
3 - Human Rights Video Contest Open to U.S. Students and Schools - Students invited to create 3 minute video examining a human rights issue while profiling human rights defenders fighting to restore justice | 2017/01/30
4 - National Reading Contest for Students with Learning Disabilities - Great Reading Games, a national reading competition launched by Learning Ally for students with print disability | 2016/02/29