Autism Awareness Bracelet Giveaway

I love featuring products that raise awareness for Autism and even more so when the company that makes them donates to the cause. The bracelet above is from Angela Moore and 15% of the proceeds go back to the Autism Society of America. The Autism Awareness collection also includes little girl bracelets, pendants, earrings, necklaces and ties.


One reader will win the bracelet pictured above


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Giveaway ends April 28, 2013 at 11:59pm Central time. Giveaway open to US residents ages 18 and over only.

(Disclosure: I was not compensated for posting this giveaway.)

55 thoughts on “Autism Awareness Bracelet Giveaway”

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  2. Honestly, I would love to win this for myself. My son was diagnosed on the spectrum almost a year ago and I have been looking for just the right item. I love this and would adore wearing it proudly to honor our kids.

  3. Myself because my 24 year old daughter has autism and unfortunately is living in a residential placement. She has been having a rough few years.

    Sibabe64 at ptd dot net

  4. my daughter because I think its important that young people get involved in supporting things like this

  5. I want to win it for my wife. We have a special needs child who while he doesn’t have Autism, he does have autistic tendencies, so it is a cause near and dear to our heart. She would love this.
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  6. I want to win this for my step-mother because she has a son who has Autism and raised him on her own. He’s close to me and means a lot to,me!!

  7. I would love to win this for my wife, we have a son with ASD and this would be a great Mothers Day surprise.

  8. I’d love to win this for myself. I have a family member on the Autism Spectrum.
    hschonrock at yahoo dot com

  9. I would love this for my sister who helps families with Autism and her birthday is coming up and I know how much she would love this

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