Imagine 1 Day: Non-Profit Bracelets

$6.00$25.00

A handmade beaded bracelet on stretchy elastic supports an International cause

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Why We Love This

An eye-catching mix of light blue, bright red, black and white, this International charity’s bracelet, or five-pack stack, was inspired by the work of imagine1day. 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.

Story

This group’s mission is clear and specific: Developing leaders to elevate the world. Imagine1day is a nonprofit organization that provides quality education to Ethiopian adults and children by investing in leadership tools and programs—aiming for long-term results. The group hopes that by 2030, all Ethiopians, including every child, will have access to quality education, free of foreign aid. Ethiopia’s leaders have committed 20% of its national annual budget to improving the educational sector. That’s why imagine1day is so passionate about joining forces in Ethiopia. Wear this string of beads, each adorning the Bead Relief signature copper tag, and raise awareness for this important cause. Available as a single bracelet or five-pack stack.

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 Angeles—especially those that help less fortunate children—the 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 Relief’s good work—25% 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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