Go Green for CP


Cerebral palsy (CP) is the most common physical disability in childhood — but it gets the least amount of attention from the media. CP deserves recognition, and I’ve decided to do something about it.  

Due to my idea and the help of a local sponsor, The Seattle Great Wheel lit up on World CP Day, October 6, 2018. I was also instrumental in getting the historic event announced on two local television stations. 

The Seattle Great Wheel Goes Green for World CP Day! Credit: King 5 News
The Seattle Great Wheel Goes Green for World CP Day 2018! Photo credit: King 5 News

I wanted to get more places to light up, so I created the official Go Green for CP campaign. I’ve asked 400+ (and counting) places in the United States to join support cerebral palsy awareness on both National Cerebral Palsy Awareness Day (March 25) and World CP Day 2019 (October 6). The response has been amazing! Almost all of the participants are lighting up in March AND October. My goal is to get all fifty states represented!

It’s time for CP to SHINE in 2019! I’ve never been more excited to show the world What CP Looks Like! Keep checking this post and/or the official FB page for updates. If you have a building, ferris wheel, fountain, etc. that can Go Green for CP, please e-mail me at nicole@nicoleluongo.com.

Buildings and landmarks to Go Green for CP in 2019 include:


  • RSA Tower, Mobile
  • RSA Tower, Montgomery


  • The Union Plaza Building, Little Rock


  • 20 Church Street, Hartford


  • ICON Orlando 360, Orlando


  • King and Queen Buildings, Atlanta


  • 8th and Maine, Boise
  • US Bank Building, Boise
  • Jack’s Urban Meeting Place (Jump), Boise


  • Merchandise Mart, Chicago


  • Lied Center Kansas, Lawrence


  • Portland City Hall, Portland


  • Baltimore City Hall Dome, Baltimore


  • TD Garden, Boston
  • Boston City Hall, Boston
  • Boston Harbor Hotel, Boston
  • Post Office Square, Boston
  • Leonard Zakim Bridge, Boston
  • Kenneth Burns Bridge, Worcester


  • Sperry Tower, Eagan
  • France Avenue, Edina
  • I-35W Bridge, Minneapolis


  • Kansas City Power and Light Building
  • Saint Louis Science Center, James S. McDonnell Planetarium


  • Las Vegas City Hall, Las Vegas

New Hampshire

  • McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center, Concord

New Mexico

  • Santa Fe Community Convention Center

New York 

  • The Peace Bridge, Buffalo
  • Electric Tower, Buffalo
  • Helmsley Building, New York
  • Mid-Hudson Bridge, Poughkeepsie
  • Deno’s Wonder Wheel Amusement Park, Brooklyn
  • Weylin, Brooklyn
  • Hotel Indigo Long Island – East End, Riverside

North Carolina

  • Blumenthal Performing Arts, Charlotte
  • The VUE, Charlotte

North Dakota

  • Pembina State Museum, Pembina


  • Cleveland City Hall, Cleveland


  • Crystal Bridge Tropical Conservatory, Oklahoma City


  • Union Street Railroad Bridge, Salem


  • One Liberty Place, Philadelphia

South Dakota

  • South Dakota State Capitol, Pierre


  • Murfreesboro City Hall, Murfreesboro
  • The Island in Pigeon Forge, Pigeon Forge
  • State Capitol Cupola, Nashville


  • Houston City Hall, Houston
  • Bank of America Plaza, Dallas
  • Downtown El Paso Railroad Arches, El Paso


  • Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center, Virginia Beach


  • SR 520 Floating Bridge 

West Virginia

  • The West Virginia Building, Huntington


  • Overture Center for the Arts, Madison
  • Pfister Hotel, Milwaukee