Marking Mental Health Awareness Month (May), the team-up highlights the effect that the COVID-19 pandemic has had on mental illnesses amongst youth. Looking to remedy the treatment gaps that could have long-term consequences for adolescent social, emotional and mental well-being. All proceeds from the collection will go towards providing free and accessible services for youth and their families.
“Each year, more than a thousand youth walk through the doors of the Clubs,” added Veronica Jimenez, vice president of operations for Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Los Angeles. “Through this partnership and our life-enhancing programs, Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Los Angeles is committed to positively changing lives.”
Reaffirming a shared commitment to wellness in the community, the special range features a sweatshirt, T-shirt, cap, lanyard and mini-multicolored basketball marked by co-branding.
Take a look at the collaboration above and look for the latest ASSC x Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Los Angeles collection to be available exclusively on Anti Social Social Club’s website May 29, 11 a.m. EDT.
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