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Help us promote our products via your websites, social media and blogs by joining our new affiliate program, for every successful sale, you earn 15% Commission.

Plus your helping us fund amazing charities and projects!  

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Our Champions program is open to all, and perfect for those who like to raise awareness and talk about Autism, Mental Health and Disabilities.

There are no qualifications, or type of person we are looking for to become a WhatLabel Champion. Our program is open to all!

 

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Your purchase helps us send donations to mental health charities

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We donate profit

Your purchase helps us send donations to mental health charities

Printed on Demand

Every order you place is printed fresh and sent straight to your door!

worldwide shipping

Thanks to Printful, We can dispatch your orders worldwide.

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We Donate Our Profit To Charity

We donate the profit made from sales, including the donations we receive from our supporters to deserving projects, charities and organisations that are doing some amazing work with families, young people and children who have Autism, Mental Health, Special Needs and Disabilities.  

 

 

 

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