You guys know how much I love my Stella and Dot! Not that I ever really needed a reason to purchase one of their cute accessories, but I do know that shopping can be even more rewarding when your purchase helps out a local charity.
My friend, Pamela is a Star Director, Founding Leader, Mentor & Personal Stylist with Stella and Dot.
She is also an aunt to a very special little boy named Sam.
"Anyone who knows me, knows all too well I love my family and all my sweetHART nephews that fill my life with so much joy and happiness. One of those boys in particular holds a VERY special place in my heart and his name is Sam Hart (aka Sammy or Sam the Man) - my gorgeous 7 year old nephew!!! Because of my love for Sam and because of my love for giving back, again this year I will be fundraising on behalf of the Autism Society of Newfoundland & Labrador. And again, I will be doing this in Sam's honour - my 3rd year of "Rainbows for Sammy"!
This year I really want to make a bigger impact and am on a mission to donate a minimum of $1000 to the ASNL (I donated $700 and $750 in 2016 and 2017). For this to happen, between now and the end of April, I need to sell at least 150 of our adorable new Unity wishing bracelets and host a minimum of two style sessions where I will donate 100% of my commissions from sales at these events."
This is where we are looking to YOU for support!!!
* Contact Pam (email firstname.lastname@example.org) or comment below if you would like to pre-order a bracelet or two or three!
* Accept Pam's challenge to sell 10 bracelets in March and as a thank you, she will gift you one for FREE!
* Partner with Pam in hosting a fun Autism Awareness 'Shop for a Cause' trunk show (in home or online) with your family and friends and she will donate all of her commissions from your event to ASNL.
Easter and Mother’s Day are just around the corner, so the timing couldn’t be better!
Share this post with your family and friends to help spread the word and show your support for The Autism Society of NL, and families living with autism in Newfoundland and Labrador!
The Autism Society of Newfoundland and Labrador (ASNL) is a provincial, nonprofit, charitable organization dedicated to fostering the development of individualized, lifelong, community-based supports and services for persons with autism spectrum disorder. ASNL is committed to the promotion of acceptance, independence, productivity and opportunities for inclusion in all facets of life for persons with autism spectrum disorders and their families.