There can be so much hate and negativity on social media, that’s why we love it when we hear stories of people using it for good.

 

Deborah Skouson sent out a request for help for her daughter Cami who is autistic.

 

Addressing family and friends, Deborah shared the story of Cami’s favourite shirt.

 

"For the past 4 to 5 years, she has been fixated on THIS shirt," Deborah wrote.

 

Sharing a picture of her daughter’s favourite pink floral shirt, Deborah went on to talk about her urgent need for a new one after Cami wore through hers.

 

"She got her first one in kindergarten five years ago, and we have found four more since then, mostly on eBay.

 

“Her current one is almost unwearable, and eBay has gone dry."

 

 

Making her plea on Facebook, Deborah asked that her family and friends keep an eye for another one.

 

“This shirt is a CIRCO brand from TARGET. They were sold in 2011-2012.

 

“We need another "pink flower shirt", so will you please share this post or even just the photo?

 

“We will pay for the shirt and the shipping if someone would be kind enough to sell it to us.”

 

And she also makes sure to tell people just how much Cami loves THAT tshirt.

 

“It has to be this exact shit... we’re tried similar and they don’t cut it with Cami.”

 

 

Just one week and 32,000 shares later, Cami got her pink floral top.

 

Thanks to some help from local news anchor Frank Somerville, Cami has received more than 80 identical shirts so far.

 

 

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