Support people with eating disorders - Support military families - Support families with autistic children

Who You Support

Who You Support

With every product you purchase, you support real people who need connection, hope and help.

Awearables partners with organizations that support people struggling with eating disorders, support military families, and support families with autistic children.

Support people with eating disorders

Individuals with eating disorders are all around us, and they are struggling quietly. Tobether we can play our part to support people with eating disorders.

20 million women and 10 million men in the United States suffer from a clinically significant eating disorder at some time in their life. Eating disorders are serious illnesses, not lifestyle choices. But there is a significant lack of awareness and funding to combat eating disorders and their devastating consequences. As a result, too many individuals and families are left feeling helpless, hopeless and frightened.

Your purchase of Awearables with your gift designation to NEDA (National Eating Disorders Association) helps support people with eating disorders to turn their stories of struggle into stories of hope, strength and recovery.

*Source: National Eating Disorders Association

Support military families of fallen and disabled service members

The children and spouses of fallen service members make the ultimate sacrifice. We can play a part and support military families who have been through extreme loss.

Nearly two million children of fallen and disabled service members experience the devastating consequences of war. Their parent was one of the brave few who sacrificed for the freedom of many. Now these children must carry on, usually in a single-parent home with fewer resources. Nearly nine out of ten of these dependents of America’s fallen and disabled soldiers do not qualify for federal scholarship assistance.

Your purchase of Awearables with your gift designation to Folds of Honor helps to provide educational scholarships to spouses and children of America’s fallen and disabled service-members. This is a great way to support military families.

*Source: Folds of Honor

Support families with autistic children

Families living with an autism diagnosis face a steep road to recovery. We can play a part and support families with autistic children.

Autism is the fastest growing serious developmental disability in the United States with 1 in 68 children currently affected with the disorder. For families who receive an autism diagnosis, identifying and paying for the help they need to get their child on the road to recovery is extremely daunting.

Your purchase of Awearables with your gift designation to TACA (Talk About Curing Autism) helps to educate, empower and support families with autistic children, while working to speed up the cycle time from autism diagnosis to effective treatments to recovery.

*Source: Source: Talk About Curing Autism

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