‘Bowtism’ helping families with free kids’ clothes during coronavirus crisis


TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – During this difficult time for families, one local clothing company is giving back.

Bowtism is an affordable children’s clothing company in Tampa that usually donates a portion of the proceeds to help those with autism.

Since the coronavirus outbreak, owner Kait Scheele is donating $10,000 worth of girl’s clothing to families in need.

“I think the world needs some positive news to embrace during this difficult time and beyond being a charitable organization, I want to help bring smiles to children’s lives in Tampa,” Scheele said.

Each of the spring outfits is complete with a cute bow and will be shipped directly to the customer in need for a $5 shipping fee.

“Understanding that many families can’t afford clothing for their children at this time, it’s the right thing to do,” Scheele said.

CLICK HERE to learn more about Bowtism or register to be part of the $10,000 giveaway.


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