It Only Makes Scents! A Candle From Belmar, New Jersey Helps Those With Autism
This is remarkable! Picture yourself kicking back and there's a magnificent smell of vanilla cake wafting throughout your living room. The smell simply never gets old. Not bad, right? Well, it gets even better, that scented vanilla cake candle will help those who have autism at the Jersey Shore!
The Autism Movement Project and StayLitNJ are teaming up to make an impact. StayLitNJ will be donating a profit of each candle sold to the Autism Movement Project. StayLitNJ produces hand-poured, homemade soy candles and they are made in Belmar.
Now, it wasn't long ago I wrote an article about the great Autism Movement Project from Manasquan. For the last few years, the Autism Movement Project has been providing fitness and sports programming for individuals with developmental delays. Nicci, Vincent, and Brandon are the founders who are athletes, parents, and professionals. They are committed to bringing physical fitness to individuals with developmental delays in a fun and engaging way. This nonprofit has been nothing short of a heartwarming success! (KEEP SCROLLING FOR MORE ABOUT THE CANDLE)
Let's talk about the candle! Each candle is just $20 and the reviews are wonderful. One local said, "It's One of the BEST smelling candles I have bought in my life! Absolutely love it! I can't express how amazing it is. Fast shipping too! The candle came packed perfectly and even a cute thank you card! I will definitely be coming back for more!" Another person said, "These smell great and burn slowly. Perfect candles!" These StayLitNJ candles have been on the market before but this time the proceeds will benefit the Autism Movement Project. Even if the candle smelled like garbage (which it doesn't) I would still buy plenty knowing I am making a difference in the Autism community.
Purchase a candle and share the article! Let's come together as a community and celebrate autism. Cheers! You can purchase all the candles you want by CLICKING THIS LINK! - Jimmy G
p.s - Check out a few fun Autism Movement Project pictures below: