Autism Awareness Month


The Chamilia “Autism Puzzle Piece” charm

During April 2015, in honor of Autism Awareness Month, Chamilia, a Swarovski Group brand, announced that it will donate five percent of proceeds from its “Autism Puzzle Piece” charm to the Autism Research Institute, the primary organization supporting efforts to understand and treat this condition. The brand became interested in supporting these efforts after learning that in 2012 the Centers for Disease Control announced that autism affects one in 68 people under the age of 21 living in the U.S. This number is an increase from the previously estimated five in 10,000 children reportedly affected by the condition before 1990.

The Chamilia “Autism Puzzle Piece” charm will be available at the brand’s more than 2,000 retail partners worldwide and on the Chamilia website.

Tommy Hilfiger PSA


Take the Twizzler Challenge in support of Autism in Canada!

Post a video of you and someone else eating licorice Lady-and-the-Tramp style. Then, nominate someone else to do the same!
Post to social media using the hastag’s #TwizzlerChallenge #AutismCanada.


No problem, you can support by donating here.


Toronto’s iconic CN Tower went blue on April 2nd, joining national monuments around the world for Autism Awareness. With so many countries involved in raising awareness it’s clear to see that Autism is not bound by country borders.Autism affects children in all regions, irrespective of gender, race or socioeconomic status.


  • The Great Sphinx and Great Pyramids of Giza
  • La Basilica de la Sagrada Familia
  • One World Trade Center
  • Empire State Building
  • China Millennium Monument
  • Taipei 101 Tower
  • Himeji Castle
  • Helmsley Building
  • 30 Rockerfeller Center
  • Old Parliament Building
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