As a mother, I will never give up on my child. As a mother of a child who has autism, I will never give up hope.
I look into his eyes and I see all the potential that he has to offer to this beautiful world and I just know that one day the world can see what I see.

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Sunday, May 23, 2010

Compassionberry Awareness!

We wanted to step out and commend the amazing work done by Holly Robinson Peete on behalf of the HollyRod Foundation on this years Celebrity Apprentice.

For those of you who don’t watch the show, Holly raised over $500,000 for her charity which helps families in the autism community access affordable treatment and compassionate care.

Holly has a son with autism, and was very driven to not only raise an incredible amount of money to support families of children with autism, but to help promote autism awareness on national TV and convenience stores across America.

So congratulations to her, her charity, and for an amazing job promoting awareness.

The final task on The Celebrity Apprentice was to come up with a new Snapple flavour and all the marketing and campaigning behind it. HollyRod Foundation’s mission is what inspired their new Snapple flavor.

Compassionberry Tea

If you’re going to purchase a Snapple, why not purchase Compassionberry Tea to continue to raise funds for families in need of autism treatment like ourselves.



  1. Bryce, Daniel and Tanaya,

    Great information. I was completely unaware of HollyRod as well as the new Snapple flavor. I will be sure to choose Compassionberry next time I purchase a Snapple. Just a question, perhaps this was addressed in another post and I just didn't see it but, why are the posts made by Tanaya Monday through Saturday and by Daniel on Sunday?

  2. @Matthew Sabatini Hi Matthew! When you get the drink, let us know what you think of it! I haven't seen it yet, but don't know if it'll be available in Canada or not.

    We blog on the days we do simply because of our schedules. Sundays are really Daniel's only free-time day and I wanted him to be involved in this website's blog as much as possible, so on Sunday's it's all him.

    Thanks for the great question and all your continued support!


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