Local children with illnesses, disabilities get to be superheroes for the day


KOB 4 covered this event, click above to watch.

By: Danielle Todesco, KOB Eyewitness News 4

Some special New Mexico children got to be invincible Saturday, even if it was just for a few hours. They checked their illnesses and disabilities at the door of an Albuquerque church, tied on a cape and became superheroes.

“It makes them feel invincible, which is really cool,” said one parent. “It takes away any limitations that he has allows him to be free and have fun.

The kids got their faces painted like superhero masks.

Madison “Peach” Steiner started the non-profit “Peach’s Neet Feet” based out of Farmington. The group paints special shoes for kids with illnesses or disabilities.


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