Support Educate Advocate | LakiKid Autism Awareness Long Sleeve Shirt for Dad
This long-sleeved t-shirt is made of the ultra-smooth American Apparel cotton, and adds the sensibility of long sleeves. The sleeves are cuffed at the hand, to make for a tapered look. The t-shirt is made out of 100% cotton, except for the heather grey color (90% cotton, 10% polyester).
• Long sleeves • Cuffed hands • Durable ribbed neckband • Double stitched • Made in the USA, sweatshop-free
Multicolored hand prints form the shape of a heart, making this tee shirt perfect for anyone who loves to support, advocate, raise awareness, and educate others on the complexities of autism spectrum disorder
Show your love and dedication to raising autism awareness by wearing this hand print tee shirt to fundraisers, education events, charity races, charity walks, community events, and sporting events
Multicolored hand prints form the shape of a heart, making the Autism Support Educate Advocate Autism Awareness T-Shirt perfect for anyone who has a child with autism, works with autistic children, or wants to create awareness of the complexities of autism spectrum disorder. This short sleeve tee shirt features a comfortable fit that makes it perfect for wearing at any time of year, and it boasts a colorful graphic print with small and large hand prints, a bold autism graphic in the center, and the words "advocate, educate, support." The colorful hand prints remind us that if we work together, we can find a solution to ease the suffering of children and families dealing with this disorder, while the bold words serve as a great reminder that the best way to make a change is to be active in the process. This tee is ideal for parents, supporters, volunteers, educators, doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals who want to make a bold statement at an autism awareness event, charity event, charity race, charity walk, fundraiser, school program, or community event. Just by wearing this tee, you'll help to create and raise awareness for the children and families working through the difficulties of living with autism spectrum disorder.