At CelebrateTheSmallSteps.com, our goal is to provide you with Awareness Apparel, Gifts, and Accessories for your upcoming walk, fundraising event or simply for you and your loved ones to raise awareness. We understand the importance of educating others about causes that matter and are near and dear to your heart.

Since there are so many awareness walks and fundraising events happening nationwide all year round, we wanted to provide a resource for those who are passionate about a cause to come and find the appropriate awareness t-shirt or gift for that cause. We offer merchandise for a variety of popular causes. Find everything from Autism Awareness shirts and hoodies to Breast Cancer Awareness gifts and Mental Health Awareness Apparel all in one, convenient place.

We also have our own philanthropic message at CelebrateTheSmallStep.com. For every purchase, we donate a portion of the proceeds to charities and organizations that correspond to issues that are important to our customers and to our family.

Over the many years, our team at CelebrateTheSmallSteps.com has been affected by many awareness related issues, whether it was, Birth Injury, CP, Breast Cancer or Suicide, together we have supported and helped each other. It is in this continuing spirit that we attempt to make each day a little better for those on their own personal journey. We do this through creating unique and meaningful personalized apparel and gifts. We want to help you, your family, and friends look great while helping a cause close to your heart.

"We started based on a simple saying: Celebrate The Small Steps."


​Our story starts with our son Ashton being injured at birth. One broken arm, one arm suffering Erb’s Palsy (BPI), Respiratory Distress, Hypotonia, Brain Bleeds, Global Delays, a 2 month NICU stay and coming home with a Feeding Tube (G-Tube Mic-Key Button). Of course we were not ready for the change and the path our life was about to take. Slowly it became our new normal and we began to Celebrate The Small Steps.

Our Celebrate The Small Steps story doesn’t stop there. On Jan 6, 2016 my dad committed suicide at the age of 71. Again, we were not ready for the change and the path our life was about to take. My dad was a Veteran and suffered from PTSD his entire adult life.

This is why we are so passionate about all these causes. Our path has put us in front of so my different communities and causes that have similar and such different stories and we want to give back in any way possible to those in need and those who have helped us along the way.

Help Others Celebrate Their Small Step!

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