Banned Goods is committed to giving back to great causes. We’ve previously worked with awesome charities including The American Cancer Society, and are now proud to announce our newest campaign in support of World Autism Awareness Month.
On April 2nd 2021, Banned Goods is launching an all new sneaker slipper design to help increase awareness of autism as part of World Autism Awareness Month.
Autism, or autism spectrum disorder (ASD) affects an estimated 1 in 54 children in the United States today, so it’s important we all work to educate ourselves and do our bit to create a kinder, more inclusive world for those living with the disorder.
The brand new tie dye slipper design will launch on April 2nd: World Autism Awareness Day, with a percentage of proceeds from each sale going to Autism Speaks, a charity that supports people across the autism spectrum through every stage of life.
To show your support on Autism Awareness Day, you can wear something blue as part of the Autism Speaks #LightItUpBlue campaign. And of course, you can get your hands on our special edition tie dye slippers too!
To find out more about Autism, World Autism Awareness Month and Autism Speaks, visit their website.