Fashion and Philanthropy Come Together

We do our best to teach our little ones that acceptance is the key to living in harmony with others. Now Accept Me, a new philanthropic fashion and accessories brand is helping us out with their cool casual line for the whole family.

Comfy t-shirts ($34 to $36) for men and women are printed with Accept Me’s original logo of outstretched open arms reminiscent of an upside down peace symbol. The children’s shirts and onesies ($23 to $28) feature adorable illustrated penguins wearing Accept Me apparel, and the brand’s gender neutral accessories include chic aluminum bracelets embossed with their logo ($12 to $43).

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Not only is the clothing cute, a portion of all proceeds goes to Bullying Ends Here and the Boys Club Network, and Accept Me recently donated clothing to Syrian refugees entering Vancouver. 

Fashion for a good cause? We welcome Accept Me into our closets with open arms. — Michelle Gadd

www.acceptme.ca

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