Piper’s Angels foundation is proud to announce a new partnership with Sixty Five Apparel, a CF owned clothing brand offering the highest quality and most unique merch out there that supports and advocates for the CF community with humor and style!
Founder Taylor Stroop was born with cystic fibrosis and had the vision to raise awareness about CF, a disease that for many years has remained an enigma to the general public. Stroop passed the reigns to CEO Kyle Watanabe, also diagnosed at birth with the disease. In addition to starting their own families through IVF, the two CF Warriors are co-creating a brand dedicated to quality, design, and sustainability.
After reaching out to the brand, Piper’s Angels was thrilled to find so many shared values with the apparel brand—particularly the commitment to empower a community of individuals—CF Warriors, their families and healthcare professionals—whose courage and strength are an inspiration that we passionately feel the world needs to know. We are so proud to assist in the brand’s pledge to donate 10% of their proceeds to the CF community!
“Sixty Five Apparel is so honored to partner with Piper’s Angels Foundation in the fight to spread awareness,” Kyle Watanabe expresses. “Supporting community driven nonprofits is what we strive to do in our business and we know that Piper’s Angels Foundation matches our beliefs and vision for what cystic fibrosis support should look like! We are stoked to have them in our corner to help our customers feel their impact!”
As a CF family fighting for CF families, partnerships like these make all the sense and heart in our world. Check out Sixty Five Apparel and their eco-friendly products designed and produced by people with CF for people with CF!
—Piper’s Angels Foundation