Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Bead Relief *Review & Giveaway


The world can definitely be an overwhelming place at times with all of the poverty and illnesses that seem to affect so many children. I love how these two friends decided to do something about it rather than sit idle.
They are make a difference by simply making elastic bracelets to reflect the color and imagination of the charity it reflects. Each bracelet has a mini tag stamped with Bead Relief on it.
They are simple, yet so meaningful to the non profits that they help support!

Each bracelet comes with information on what the organization is and how they are helping. I was able to see the Autism Society, and Harold Robinson Foundation, just two of the 8 non profits represented.

Each handmade bracelet is unique and sells for only $5. If you purchase 2 you even get free shipping!
25% of each bracelet goes directly to the organization represented.


See all of the organizations you can purchase a bracelet for HERE

Enter to win 2 bracelets from Bead Relief to help The Autism and Harold Robinson Foundation 
Use the Form Below
US only
Ends July 17



Be sure to check out Bead Relief on
Facebook 
Twitter @Beadrelief





10 comments:

  1. I learned that this would be a great entertainment for my niece and fun to make. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

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  2. Love all the organizations they support. One is Canines for Disabled Kids. I learned that they help bring awareness and finding assistance dogs for people.
    savewish@yahoo.com
    Sherry Compton

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  3. I learned the they cost $5.00 apiece and that 25% of each bracelet purchased is donated to a non-profit group

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  4. They use eco-friendly packaging by visiting stores in LA who save their cardboard boxes for them.

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  5. 25% of each bracelet purchased

    supports the cause of a non-profit.

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  6. I learned they support the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence

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  7. They have their own Blog that shares what they are doing.

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  8. They have a goal of selling one million bracelets in order to impact the lives of countless people all over the world. Thanks for the chance to win!
    mrsmchappell at gmail dot com

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  9. " We now strive to add a new organization each month. We choose whom to partner with based on how they help the community of youth, how we can help them with their goals, and what our donations can really do to help the quality of life of those in need."

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