Holiday cards for autism 2014

Giizhik Klawiter has autism and began drawing at six years old as a therapeutic outlet. For the last five years, Giizhik and his brother Mino have designed holiday greeting cards and sold them in their hometown of Hayward, Wisconsin with the help of their mother, Pam Miller.

The colorful and unique cards provide an opportunity for the family to raise funds for autism research and increase autism awareness.

The brothers donate 100 percent of the proceeds (nearly $8,000 to date) from their card sales to autism research at the Waisman Center.

To Order Giizhik’s Cards for Autism

Support autism research at the Waisman Center, UW-Madison