My Wings Announces the Global Launch of Giving Wings Children’s Charity Program
“My Wings”, a Swedish based start-up with roots in California, recently announced the launch of their innovative “Giving Wings” Children’s Charity program. A new approach at helping improve and foster healing in children with special needs and/or going through traumatic experiences is nothing short of a new paradigm in children’s health care. Sometimes all it takes to change lives for the better is an innovative approach, and Lee Giove, Founder of “My Wings”, clearly is helping to give these children a sense of hope.
For the Giving Wing Program, “My Wings” has teamed up with the Shriners Hospital for Children in Sacramento®, California and with “Pay It Forward Sweden” to deliver the special winged shirts to children dealing with extreme hardship throughout Sweden. These uniquely playful shirts will also be given to the little patients at the Shriners Hospital to uplift and assist in their healing recovery.
The My Wings concept shows that simplicity can have a powerful result. The My Wings shirts is designed for 2 to 8 years old and also hand-crafted in fair trade factories using 100% organic cotton. The shirts feature beautifully designed wings from dragons, butterflies, fairies and other fantasy based themes. So well thought-out is this children’s charity program that each shirt includes a “My Wings” card and booklet which presents guided activities so adults and children can interact together. Adult and Child Bonding is enhanced through the use of these creative materials.
Lee Giove has been self-funding this entire children’s charity startup, and has invested thousands of dollars up to this point. Lee has recently launched a Crowdfunding Campaign on Indiegogo to help fund his “Giving Wings” children’s charity so that it can be shared all around the globe. The campaign is live now and runs through April 14, 2016. Imagine being part of this simple but revolutionary concept that stimulates a child’s thoughts of fantasy and the opportunity for them to envision soaring above all their problems and truly feeling a sense of empowerment and joy.
To support the “Giving Wings” children’s charity please visit: www.my-wings.com/campaign