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 Malwina Rewkowska and Malgorzata Sobolewska, co-founders of MiniOwls, Inc., announced that the company has donated $2,285 to Autism Canada. Since the company’s launch, the co-founders have contributed a cumulative total of $5,143 to the autism foundation.



With the company’s founding, the owners decided they wanted to help make a difference in the world. A portion of the profits from each sale goes to support the Canadian Cancer Society, Hannah’s House that provides a safe environment for pregnant young women, and Autism Canada. Through its contributions, MiniOwls is creating lasting change in women’s health, supporting families on their autism journey, and helping people see the autism spectrum differently.



April is World Autism Month that highlights the complicated mental condition. It encompasses a wide array of symptoms within the autism spectrum that can range from mild to severe. It presents challenges for individuals in speech, non-verbal communication and their social interactions.



The World Health Organization estimates that as many as 1 in every 68 individuals fall somewhere within the autism spectrum. Many times, the earliest symptoms go unnoticed. Early detection is essential and a diagnosis can be made as early as 18 months old.



All of the company’s financial donations to Autism Canada and other charitable organizations are made possible through the support of its many customers. MiniOwls offers an extensive range of products that help customers keep their homes organized and free of clutter.



To tame collections of stuffed toys, MiniOwls offers toy storage hammocks in multiple colors, along with those for bathtub toys and storage toy chains. The company’s dual-function toy storage bean bag covers transforms stuffed toy clutter into a comfortable bean bag chair. Consumers will also find functional and decorative organizers with festive whale or duck motifs for arranging items such as toothbrushes and loofahs to reclaim bathroom counter space.



The donations to Autism Canada and other charitable organizations by MiniOwls are helping to increase awareness about serious health issues that affects millions of individuals. The company’s founders are making a difference and making the world a better place, one purchase at a time.


 
 
 

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