Monday, March 25, 2019

Awareness Giveaway

Hello, all! Today, I have a super exciting announcement about something my colleagues and I have been working on for a while, and to top it off, there's also an exclusive giveaway to share. It feels like I've been sitting on this news forever, so I'm glad that I'm the one who finally gets to reveal...

The 'Puzzled with Autism' Awareness Campaign

Over the past few months, we at House of Silver have ben working on a very special project. We've been keeping our cards fairly close to our chest, but now, with a week, to go, we are thrilled to finally reveal our Puzzled with Autism Campaign.

Puzzled with Autism is a campaign we're running for World Autism Awareness Week, which takes place 1st-7th April worldwide. Autism is a topic that's very close to our hearts, and we're looking forward to sharing more about it and the campaign in the coming weeks. But for now, there are only a few things you need to remember: House of Silver are launching an exclusive Autism Awareness Jewellery Collection to celebrate and raise awareness of autism in all its forms.


The collection and campaign are officially launching on the 1st April, so make sure you come back then to take a look at the complete range. But for now, we're giving you an exclusive preview of some of the solid Sterling silver jewellery that's available--and we're treating you to a giveaway while you're at it.

 Autism Awareness Silver Ribbon
The Awareness Ribbon is a universal symbol that is not exclusive to autism, but celebrates all difference and diversity across the board. That's why we've picked this clip-on charm to give away to anyone who wants to show their support for a family member or an important cause. You can clip it on to a bracelet, necklace or even clothing in a way that I think is beautifully symbolic.


If you're too impatient to wait a week, you can check out some sneak peaks of what we've got on offer on our official Autism Awareness page and enter the giveaway for our the Awareness Ribbon. We'll open it up on the 1st April to include the highlights of the collection, including some beautiful and specially designed Autism-specific awareness jewellery, so make sure to add that to your calendar. There will also be more giveaways, exciting blog posts, an announcements--keep you eyes peeled!

For now, though, spread the word, and enjoy this exclusive giveaway.



Competition




To enter, all you need to do is follow the instructions on this handy form.  The competition is running from 25th March to 1st April and is open to UK residents only!  Good luck!

Silver Awareness Ribbon Charm

44 comments:

  1. It is symbolic and a great way to highlight Autism Awareness.

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  2. It means a lot to me as I have an Autistic step-daughter, and it is a great way to symbolise awareness xx

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  3. This means a lot to me because I was diagnosed as having autism spectrum disorder a few years ago just before I was 40 years old and it's such an important cause to get awareness about.

    Kelly Glen
    kmnglen@yahoo.com

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    1. Thank you Kelly for your comment. Autism awareness is also important as there are many people on the spectrum without suspecting it. You might find this article interesting to read: https://themighty.com/2019/02/reframing-life-after-adult-autism-diagnosis

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    2. Thank you for the link to the article, it was such an interesting read and gives real insight to what living with autism is like.

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  4. When my grandson was younger specialists started to investigate if he had autism. It was such a worrying time for us and we found out exactly how many people suffer with this quietly every day. Fortunately our grandson didn’t have it and he is getting on very well but more people need to be aware.

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  5. I work with young people who have autism as well as other challenging issues, anything that raises awareness is a good thing!

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  6. My son is autistic so this means a lot to me. It's a great way to raise awareness. And amazing of you to donate 100% of profits to the National Autistic Society during Autism awareness week, thank you.

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  7. Raising awareness through beauty of a subject close to my heart

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  8. I love this. The product is gorgeous as well as a great way to raise awareness. This means a great deal to me as I have family/friends with Autism and I would love to be able to promote it for them.

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  9. Raise awareness means alot to and its a beautiful way to do it xx

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  10. Great idea, my son got autism,so would be lovely gift for my wife to wear and would me alot

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  11. It means a lot to me as I have an Autistic cousin im close to such a lovely idea

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  12. It means a lot. My cousin has Asperger's and it's mentioned about me being tested but I chose not to be. I think Autism awareness is a huge thing and people need to be aware many people with autism live a happy normal life

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    1. Autism doesn't hurt, it gets painful when met with misunderstanding.
      Awareness is the best remedy in my opinion.

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  13. I have 2 granddaughters on the spectrum so awareness means a lot to me x

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  14. My son has asd so this would help raise more awareness

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  15. It's amazing for Autism Awareness

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  16. Autism Awareness my grandson has Autism

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  17. If it promotes awareness then it is great. I work with a child who has ASD and its a really misunderstood condition

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  18. I was diagnosed with Autism in my late 30's. My son was diagnosed at 12 and my daughter diagnosed at 13. My niece in Australia has just been diagnosed at age 5 and we are pretty sure my Dad is Autistic and we have all inherited the condition from his side of the family. This charm to me symbolises my family, my world and myself!

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  19. It symbolises how my life has been touched by autism

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  20. It means a lot to me and our family, our grandaughter is autistic and anything that promotes awareness is fantastice, there is still a lot of ignorance surrounding the condition

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  21. It means a lot and will help raise awareness for people touched by autism.

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  22. It means a lot to me as my cousin is on the Autistic Spectrum & this is another way to raise awareness of Autism.

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  23. it crucial to highlight and raise awareness of Autism. I worked with people with autism.

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  24. This means a lot to me and a close friend with her son who has Autism

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  25. its a great cause these kids need help

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  26. it means a huge lot to me as I work with children with various special needs including autism

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  27. It’s a great way to raise awareness my nephew has it

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  28. Raising awareness about something that affects most of us and something that we can all do to make changes

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  29. It's a great way to raise awareness. My niece has autism and has so many people judge her when out and about.

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  30. It is a fabulous way to create awareness for autism

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  31. I love working with people diagnosed with autism as I have noticed that they rarely if ever judge others but take people at face value, isn't that something we can all learn?

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  32. Makes people aware of Autism, which is a good thing, having a Nephew who is Autistic, I have had to learn an awful lot and I believe people should be aware and dont understand alot

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  33. Would love to win so I could give it to my niece who works with adults with autism

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  34. My amazing cousin has severe Autism, as a boy he could barely speak, but through time and a lot of specialized support, he works, has a driving licence and lives independently . I see a lot of children through my place of work who are on the Spectrum, and I always want to say to their Guardians, hang in there, you have a lovely child, and this too shall pass xxx

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  35. I recently held a coffee morning on epilepsy awareness day so for me, this ribbon would signify raising awareness of any illness that people know very little about

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  36. I have close family who have Autism x

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  37. We are currently going through the diagnosis process for our son. It would be a symbol of how unique and precious he is.

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  38. My grandson has non verbal autism and this would symbolise all his mum's hard work to get him the best help available. He is now 4 and called me nanny for the first time a couple of months ago, that moment will stay with me forever

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  39. it means a lot because of my grandson

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  40. It means a lot to me, spreading awareness is very important. My son has autism and I’ve come to learn that although lots of people have heard of autism not many know what it entails x

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