# SHARING IS MULTIPLYING

KELE CLOTHING FOR AUTISTIC ART

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# SHARING IS MULTIPLYING / KELE CLOTHING FOR AUTISTIC ART

WHAT IS #SHARING IS MULTIPLYING?

#SIM is the new upcoming project of KELE CLOTHING with items designed specifically for charity. No, it is not a simple fundraising with a flashy but blank campaign. It is an alternative form of raising cash for good. From time to time KELE will be launching a limited edition of garments to raise awareness for different social issues where all proceeds are expected to go to charity. Our goal is to provide a long-term solution for financing a good cause, based on the creative and artistic work of those we’re trying to help. For the first time, KELE #SIM teamed up with Autistic Art.

WHAT # STANDS FOR?

We also launched the Instagram campaign for the do good program that gives meaning to the #. The goal is to reach more and more people. The message is just as simple as that: buy a sweater from the Kele Clothing for Charity collection, wear it, take a selfie in it, share it on your Instagram account and use the hashtag #sharingismultiplying . Please help us give and let’s make a positive impact on communities, together.

WHY AUTISM?

We don’t really speak about autism, despite the fact that it is not as rare as you would think. 1 in 68 people has an autism spectrum disorder. Unbelievable, right? I’m sure you know some autistic talents from the past (Isaac Newton, Albert Einstein) or from the present (Stephen Wiltshire or Temple Grandin). KELE and Autistic Art have selected the artworks of young autistic people and found a potential platform for them.

WE THINK

This is a right time to create something good, well designed and precious. We think that these young people living with autism could have effective impression on our world and they are talented and inspirational enough to get by with contemporary artists. These people can see the little things that we may pass by every single day and we want you to look around, to feel it, to participate, to help.

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ALL PROCEEDS ARE EXPECTED TO GO TO CHARITY

SOME INTERESTING FACTS

1in68c

CHILDREN HAVE AUTISM

100millionc

people worldwide are affected by autism

20minutesc

another child is diagnosed

40donottalkc

of children with an ASD do not talk at all
  • I have always been eager to help others, so I was really happy, when I was asked to do the photoshoot for this charity campaign. Just like my rolemodels, I find it important to use my popularity for a good cause. I also have personal experiences, since one of my good friends, Tünde Simon Kiralyne works with handicapped children. This is among the reasons why I am planning to continue my work in this field and I am willing to help as much as I can.
    Vanessa Axente

HOW CAN YOU HELP SOMEBODY TO CREATE MORE AND MORE

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PRODUCT

The carefully selected artworks of talented young autistic artists are featured on sweaters designed by KELE.

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SHOP

You buy a KELE for AA sweater from our webshop.

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ART SUPPLIES

All proceeds go to the Autistic Arts foundation, who use it to buy tools (charcoal, paint, canvas, etc.), finance art workshops and ensure utilities.

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ARTWORK

Thanks to your support, young autistic people can take part in art workshops to improve their physical, mental and emotional wellbeing, and create new works of art.

100% of the income from the KELE #SIM sweaters goes to Autistic Art so they can finance the art therapy, buying tools and ensure utilities.

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