SHERMAN, Texas (KTEN) — The Sherman-based clothes firm The Charlotte Letter is seeking to increase $20,000 to maintain up manufacturing of their distinctive clothes line.

The Charlotte Letter creates clothes designed for youngsters with particular wants that permits quick access for medical tools, like GI tubes. Now, they’ve to boost funds to maintain the enterprise going.

“The cash goes for use for offering clothes to no matter youngsters’s hospital, Prepare dinner’s Kids’s Hospital, in addition to serving to maintain any bills across the workplace,” co-founder Kameron Brooks mentioned. 

Kameron Brooks and his spouse created The Charlotte Letter after seeing how regular youngsters’s clothes could not accommodate the wants of their daughter, Charlotte, who had a number of disabilities, together with cerebral palsy. They have been in enterprise for nearly two years, and made an look on the runway at New York Vogue Week.

Charlotte died final yr.

With out the cash, Brooks mentioned their choices are lowering their employees, or change their firm’s focus.

“If we do not increase the funding, then we now have to cease offering or producing clothes for teenagers with disabilities and make a pivot right here,” Brooks mentioned. “That pivot may appear like the opportunity of including different clothes manufacturers that aren’t tailor-made towards youngsters with disabilities.”