If you are a long time reader of mine you probably have seen my previous post on this amazing organization, UBUNTU and their special project called The Orphan Bracelet. I have been wearing their bracelets for over a year now. Everyone in my family wears one too, even my Dad who is not an accesories person. He even loves it, so this is perfect for a gift to a guy, yourself, a friend, a loved one... ANYONE!
I wear about 7 of them stacked on my wrist, mixing the thin and thick ones. Every time I wear them someone asks about them! On top of benefiting an amazing charity they look absolutely chic and fashionable. What could be better?
I really URGE you to buy a bracelet, not only because they look amazing stacked up but each and every purchase truly makes a difference! For as little as $15 (the same price as a lipstick!) you are getting an amazing piece of jewelry AND helping a child. Really, I can not think of a better use of $15. PLEASE buy one here http://www.orphanbracelet.org/online-shop/buy.
I am going to do a give-a-away. If you buy a bracelet, please tweet me or email me a picture of you wearing it and I am going to pick 5 people to send a free rosewood Tibetan bracelet that I make and wear all the time too! Absolutely free!
I will pick the 5 "winners" on March 15! That gives you a month to order and receive and tweet me a picture of the Orphan Bracelets.
You can see below, the rosewood wooden beaded bracelet ($60 retail value).
Also, some great news for the UBUNTU organization, Bloomingdales the ICONIC retailer is starting to carry the bracelets, so if you are in NYC or anywhere that there is a Bloomingdales, check it out!
So get going and start tweeting and emailing me pictures of you wearing one.
Remember we are all lucky and blessed in so many ways, and if we can help someone we should! Comment below on if you will order and how you try to help!
(And...NO, in NO WAY am I affiliated or benefit from you purchasing from the UBUNTU website, I know some of you will ask. I just merely want to help a great charity and raise awareness.)