Never Give Up Campaign

Giving back is a big part of what Travis does. The money from Iver Fashion helps cover the cost of custom clothing for people with disabilities, and some of it goes to help families dealing with spinal cord injuries, too.

For Travis, it's not just about clothes. It's about making the world a more inclusive place, one stitch at a time. And he's not stopping anytime soon.

Travis' Life Before the Accident

During his teenage years, Travis Iverson was a natural athlete, known for his love of running and prowess as a competitive baseball pitcher. Alongside his athletic achievements, he thrived as a popular business student at Algonquin College.

Travis was into fashion, like any other guy his age. ''Like most people, the way I dressed was part of my identity.  I loved looking good. Looking good always made me feel good,'' he said.

Iver Fashion - Fits from Chair - Adaptive Fashion Line

Since then, Travis has been all about making fashion more accessible and helping others like him. He's not just a fashion designer and entrepreneur now, but also a voice for change in the disability community.

He is also working on some patent to fulfill the needs people in wheelchair are facing. From socks with heating or cooling sensors, compression, monitor swelling to cleats to keep the feet in place during car ride or bumpy sidewalks.

You sure can understand creating these smart tech innovations need funding. Travis is looking for angel investors, like he likes to name them. If you are interested in helping don't hesitate to contact him.

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