Kulae has teamed up with Jenny McCarthy's autism organization, Generation Rescue, to support children and adults with an autism spectrum disorder. To celebrate the partnership, a co-branded blue and grey eco-friendly/non-toxic yoga mat has been created which is available for sale on the Kulae website.

Kulae tpECOmats are 100% biodegradable, 100% recyclable, and contain NO PVC, latex, cadmium, lead or rubber which is especially beneficial for individuals with sensory issues, skin sensitivities and allergies.

In the spirit of living their mission and mantra “karma’s real,” each year Kulae selects a charitable organization and makes a generous donation. Kulae believes in social responsibility and is proud to support the autism community through this new partnership.

“Supporting Autism is very meaningful to the Kulae team as each staff member either knows or has a relative that is affected with an autism spectrum disorder. This is not just a typical donation. We dedicate all of our charitable donations to Generation Rescue because we truly want to make a difference any way we can,” says Greg Egan and Jeff McSharry, Partners at Kulae.

“The culture we strive to maintain in our organization is that of living green and maintaining balance in our lives while working hard to support families in need. Jenny McCarthy and the team at Generation Rescue all practice different forms of yoga. We even converted one of our offices into a yoga studio so that when life gets busy we can take a quick moment to re-energize,” says Candace McDonald, of Generation Rescue.

Source: PR Newswire

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