CHARLESTON, SC – The Joggle Factory, an Edisto Island company, is donating 3% to the Lowcountry Autism Foundation for every child sized joggling board sold.
Joggling boards are iconic pieces of furniture in the South Carolina Lowcountry that date back to 1804. The word “joggle” means to shake slightly or move to and fro which is exactly what these boards do. Like a rocking chair, many children with autism love the soothing motion.
Visit https://thejogglefactory.com/product/childrens-joggling-board/ to see the child sized joggling boards available. Cobranded specialty T-shirts, made by the nonprofit The Turning Leaf Project, are also available on the Joggle Factory’s website. For every T-shirt sold, the Lowcountry Autism Foundation will receive a $5 donation.
LAF has several partners including Children’s Relief Fund, CornerPerk, Berkeley Hall Charitable Fund, Belfair Charitable Fund, The Bargain Box, and Wexford that enable them to achieve their mission of enhancing the lives of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder and their families.
ABOUT LAF: We provide programs to support a family from the time they suspect their child may have autism, through the diagnosis and throughout their lives. Our programs are individualized and aimed to fill a gap in services. With a small staff and a dedicated group of volunteers we have provided over half a million dollars in free autism services to over 1500 Lowcountry families. We are small, but mighty and all our funds stay right here in the SC Lowcountry. Visit lafinc.org, call 843.800.7171 or follow @LAFinc on Facebook for more information.