A Special Needs Girl in Niagara Falls is Headed to National Pageant
A beautiful special needs girl in Niagara Falls is headed to a national pageant! Here's how you can donate to help her get there!
Brylinn Searles, who is 5-year-old, was born with Cerebral Palsy and is nonverbal, but that hasn't stopped her from becoming a pageant girl! Her mother, Leandra Scott, has gotten her involved in pageants, not wanting to allow her different-ability to stop her from doing anything. Brylinn has won two trophies from pageants so far and now shes headed to a national competition! She will be participating in the Rochester for The National American Miss Pageant, according to WIVB.
"When we found that she had Cerebral Palsy I just wanted to keep her involved in things and I didn't want her to ever feel like she can't do things because i feel like she can do anything."
Her mother and father will assist her in the pageant. Her friends, family and neighbors in the Falls have donated more than $2,000 dollars to help cover her pageant costs. She still needs $500, but here is how you can help! Donate via the family's Facebook page.
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