A few weeks ago, I connected with Tiffany Porter, a mom of two boys; her youngest, Jack, has cerebral palsy. She and her husband, Andrew, are the founders of Common Threads; they live in Oklahoma. How Tiffany explains her company: "We are on a mission to educate, unify and foster acceptance for those with special needs...one t-shirt at a time." They donate 10 percent of profits to a worthy family, organization or ministry every month.
To be entered for a chance to win a t-shirt in your choice of size (kids XS, S, M and L) and color...
1) Leave a note in the comments section below about why your child rocks
2) Enter your name/email in the Google doc, so I can contact you if you win.
The shirts usually sell for $15, along with adult versions for $19 (and can be ordered by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org). I'll pick the winners on Wednesday, March 27 via random.org, announce them here and email as well.
Update: The winners are Amy S. and Debbie S. And I am quite sure your kids will rock their shirts!