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Spirit Bracelet-$29

Designed with the colors of the puzzle pieces in mind, this collectible piece will be a favorite, everyday wear. We are passionate about giving you a piece that is super cute and wearable on it's own or in an arm party. Stock up on birthday gifts, celebrate your favorite teen and her best friend, gift one to your favorite teacher and wear one to celebrate a child that holds an important place in your heart!

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Autism Awareness Boutique

Monday, April 1st, 12:15am to Tuesday, April 30th, 11:45pm

This is an online event.

For more information, visit the event page on Facebook.

Upcoming Holidays and Important Dates

National Teacher Appreciation Day- May 7th
Mother's Day- May 12th
Graduations- May and June (Grades- 5th, 6th, 8th, 9th, 12th and college)

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Spring & Summer Birthdays for your sister, daughter, best friend, coworker, babysitter...
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Learn More About The HollyRod Foundation

Learn more about the Hollyrod Foundation

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Offering help and hope through compassionate care to families living with autism and Parkinson's disease.


Efforts of the HollyRod Foundation are providing a better quality of life for individuals and their families living with autism and Parkinson's disease.


Inspired by a father and a son, HollyRod Foundation was formed in 1996 by actress, Holly Robinson Peete and her husband former NFL quarterback, Rodney Peete. The HollyRod Foundation is dedicated to providing help and hope to those living with autism and Parkinson’s disease.

In honor of Holly’s father, Matthew T. Robinson Jr., HollyRod partnered with the Center for Parkinson’s Research and Movement Disorders at the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California to establish The HollyRod Compassionate Care Program with the mission to improve the quality of life of people with Parkinson’s. The program provides patient services including physician consultations, speech and swallowing evaluation and treatment, physical therapy, counseling services and ambulation aids to those who have little or no healthcare insurance and limited financial resources.

After Holly and Rodney’s eldest son, RJ, was diagnosed with autism, HollyRod’s mission expanded to provide support and resources to families also affected by an autism diagnosis. Like Parkinson’s, autism can decimate families physically, emotionally and most of all financially. HollyRod introduced the “Give the Gift of Voice” campaign in 2010, providing tablet computers and specially-designed apps to help give a voice to those without. 50% of children living with autism have extreme difficulty learning to speak, 25% of them never will. While these individuals may not be able to speak, they have much to say and through the “Give the Gift of Voice” campaign, they can now make their voice heard. It is our commitment to continue this program so that every individual living with autism has a voice. HollyRod is currently developing plans to create The HollyRod Autism Network at California State University, Northridge, a unique constellation of autism resources, services, and one-one-one support, all with a family-centered focus.

In 2012, the HollyRod Foundation became a charitable services fund at the Entertainment Industry Foundation.