A Place Called Home: Non-Profit Bracelets


A set of five beaded bracelets on stretchy elastic supports a Community charity


Why We Love This

Warm yellow beads anchor this Community charity’s five-pack stack, which was inspired by A Place Called Home, but multiple colors create its vibrancy. Bead Relief wants every person who wears one of their charity bracelets to feel empowered as a vehicle for change in the world. Wear it proudly and feel the love shared with an important cause.


Underserved youth in South Central Los Angeles have a home away from homeóa safe place to go after sóchool to do their homework, get a snack, hang out, and receive the guidance of caring adults. It’s called A Place Called Home. This safe haven was founded in the wake of the 1992 riots. Back then, just a dozen or so kids gathered in the basement of a church. Today, the organization has grown, estimated to help 1,000 families. Youth are empowered to take ownership of the quality and direction of their lives through arts, education and wellbeing. They’re inspired to make a meaningful mark on their communities and society. The design reflects the colors of the organizations logo, and like all Bead Relief bracelets, has a signature copper Bead Relief tag.

About the Maker

Bead Relief founders John Gornik and Greg Elias set out to build a socially conscious company that would enrich the lives of others. After seeing the need for support for nonprofit organizations across Los Angelesóespecially those that help less fortunate childrenóthe friends turned their passion for problem solving into a company. Bead Relief started with a single beaded bracelet design. Today, thousands of unique bracelets and sets of bracelets are handmade for each nonprofit partner. Dozens of charities are now recipients of Bead Reliefís good workó25% of each bracelet sale is donated to the charity for which it was created.

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Weight 0.8 oz

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