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Frequently Asked Questions

How are you able to offer such amazing prices?

Chloe Nickie's co-founders have a long history in the fashion industry with over 30 years of combined experience working for Macy's and Bloomingdale's. It is through long-standing connections that we have gotten our hands on shoes from today's most popular designers and then offer them to our customers for very reasonable prices. 


Where is the money donated?

A significant portion of the profits from sales are donated to organizations that support Autism. The organizations selected will be carefully researched and intentionally chosen based on where we believe our money will go the furthest to have a positive impact on those affected by Autism. 


Can I make a donation to Chloe Nickie?

While we do not accept direct donations at this time, we are happy to let you know that purchasing a Chloe Nickie gift card is a great way to make an impact. Learn more here.


I want to learn more about Autism. Where can I go? 

Here is a list of wonderful websites and resources about Autism Spectrum Disorders:

- Autism Self Advocacy Network
Autism Inclusive Meets
Autistic Women and Nonbinary Network

If you have any specific questions you can also feel free to send us an email at We would love to help!


Do you have any book recommendations so I can learn more about Autism?

Of course! Here are five great books:

- Loud Hands: Autistic People Speaking by the Autistic Self Advocacy Network 
- Neurotribes: The Legacy of Autism and the Future of Neurodiversity by Steve Silberman
- Uniquely Human ( A Different Way of Seeing Autism) by Barry M. Prizant
- In a Different Key: The Story of Autism by John Donovan 
- Sincerely, Your Autistic Child: What People on the Autism Spectrum With Their Parents Knew About Growing Up, Acceptance, and Identity by Autistic Women and Nonbinary Network


Have you heard of Autism Assistance Dogs, if so, what are the benefits? 

Autism Assistance Dogs are professionally trained to act as an anchor to reduce or slow a child’s ability to bolt, apply deep pressure, and to provide companionship dedicated solely to the child. Combined with their professional training, an Autism Assistance Dogs’ calm and caring behavior have shown to decrease anxiety, increase calmness, reduce emotional meltdowns, and foster more manageable bedtime routines. Learn more by visiting the Dogs For Better Lives website