Following a teaser, Anti Social Social Club has returned with a full reveal of its unexpected partnership with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Los Angeles. ASSC began in 2015 as a creative outlet to cope with mental health issues, today the brand serves as a marked of a community for those who felt like they were never accepted.
As reported, donations/proceeds from the latest capsule will go towards supporting the mental health and wellness of members.
National studies report that 20 percent of youth, ages 13-18 currently live with a mental health condition. Additionally, 37 percent of students with a mental illness over the age of 14 drop out of school, the highest dropout rate of any disability group.
While stigma and limited resources, ensure make identifying mental health services and providing support particularly challenging for families of color and vulnerable populations. The BGCMLA provides support with access to mental health services on-site at the clubhouses and through Telehealth resources.
“Youth success, good character and healthy lifestyles are among the core values we strive to promote,” says Veronica Jimenez, Vice President of Operations for Boys and Girls Clubs of Metro Los Angeles. “We are pleased to align with a partner that understands the challenges that our youth face and is committed to their achievement.”
The first release of the collaboration between ASSC and the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Los Angeles is comprised of a hooded sweatshirt, T-shirt, cap and school supplies. The special range celebrates the blue tone associated with the BGCMLA and pairs the logos associated with the brand and organization.
Take a look at the collaboration above and look for the ASSC x Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Los Angeles capsule to be available on Anti Social Social Club’s website July 4, 8 a.m. PST.
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