Last summer Kaitlin started her business - A Stitch In Lives as a way to raise money for charities and ministries she supports. All of the products are handmade and 50% of the profit from the sales are donated.
In April her baby brother was born and received a diagnosis of Down syndrome.
Before he was born she designed and made an owl for him based off his pre-birth nickname: Henry. Her family encouraged her to make more owls and put on her web store and there began the line of The Henry Owl.
After her brother's birth Kaitlin wanted to use her business for Down syndrome awareness as well. The proceeds from The Henry Owl go to a Down syndrome organization.
Kaitlin's family will be walking in their local Buddy Walk where they will also have a vendor booth to sell these owls. From now until Nov 30th the Henry Owls are 50% off - you can get one for $10. Their goal is to sell 100 owls and donate $700 to their Buddy Walk.
Speaking of Buddy Walks ... our own local walk is next month on Oct 6th on Daniel Island. This will be our 11th year walking for Kayla and Down syndrome awareness, acceptance and inclusion.
If you'd like to sponsor Kayla on the Buddy Walk you can click here to go to our team page (or click on the widget on the left side of my blog). If you're in the local area you can join Kayla's team via the same link.
Thanks for your support!