Ro∙sham∙bo baby, owned and operated by San Diego family Scott, Julia, Avery (5), and Chloe (2) are helping kids with Autism. The company has recently formed a “totally rad” charitable partnership with Surfers Healing, a non-profit organization committed to aiding children on the autism spectrum by providing surfing lessons in a safe and comfortable environment. Plus, how dope are these baby sunglasses?
Pro surfer Israel Paskowitzfounded Surfers Healing because his son, Isaiah, has autism, and riding the waves with his father calmed him like nothing else. The founders of ro∙sham∙bo baby grew up in the beach and surfing culture and love what Surfer’s Healing is doing, so a percentage of all their sales go to supporting the inspiring work of Surfers Healing.
Surfers Healing has been at it for over fifteen years who’s volunteer-staffed camps give over 4,500 children with autism and their families a fun, engaging day at the beach. Attending a Surfers Healing camp positively impacts children with autism, instilling confidence and calm. It also can have a profound impact on the parents. Autism parents are always told what their children cannot do, but at Surfers Healing, it’s all about what their kids can do.
Kids' recommended polarized sunglasses from ro·sham·bo baby are made in Italy, are super durable and bendable, come with a shatter-resistant lens and are small parts tested, offer a full lens and damage replacement guaranteed, block 100% of UVA/B rays and are optometrist approved. Prices start at $20 a pair and collections include baby, toddler, junior and adult sizes. Fun baby shirts for boys and girls are also available!
The ro•sham•bo baby company name is derived from the rock, paper, scissors game most of us played as kids.