Bead Relief Supports Autism Awareness Month in April

April 23, 2016 (PRLEAP.COM) Lifestyle News
April 23, 2016 - Bracelet Maker Partners with Autism Society of America on #WearYourCharity Campaign

Los Angeles, California Bead Relief, an organization that creates and sells beaded bracelets, and donates funds to charities around the world, is proud to support Autism Awareness Month in April. Bead Relief will feature products on its website and social media profiles that help raise awareness for the Autism Society of America and the company's #WearYourCharity social media campaign.

Bead Relief is partnering with the Autism Society of America to support their mission to help improve the lives of all those affected by autism. The company will do this by highlighting products created with the Autism Society in mind, including a handmade beaded bracelet, bracelet wrap, and combo stack. Customers are encouraged to show their support for the Autism Society by posting photos while wearing these products and using #WearYourCharity.

The Autism Society is the nation's leading grassroots organization dedicated to improving the lives of all those living with autism. The society achieves this by increasing public awareness about the day-to-day issues faced by people on the spectrum and advocating for appropriate services for these individuals. The Autism Society also provides up-to-date information on treatment, education, research, and advocacy.

Autism awareness is a cause that is very close to the Bead Relief team. Bead Relief co-founder John Gornik has a close family friend who was born with autism and who has been an advocate for the Autism Society for many years. The two work closely together to help improve the lives of others living with autism, which has exposed Gornik to the true intelligence and love within everyone in the community.

For additional information about the partnership with the Autism Society or the #WearYourCharity campaign, please feel free to visit the official website of Bead Relief at or contact a representative by phone at 213-536-5584.

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