Thank you to Bead Relief for providing me with product, free of charge, for review. All opinions are 100% my own.
Bead Relief was founded by friends who set out to make a difference. John Gornik and Greg Elias set out with high hopes of bringing awareness and support to non-profit organizations and especially groups that focussed on less fortunate children. They have partnered with local, national, and even international organizations striving for an opportunity to make a difference. Remember: Everyone can make a difference.
I received bracelets representing the Free2Luv Award Winning Non-Profit Organization. Free2Luv is dedicated to empowering youth and encouraging individuality through arts and entertainment. Their motto is: “Friends Don’t Let Friends Bully”. It’s no secret that many children and even adults are bullied each and every day. I have heard many of the local schools even have programs encouraging and rewarding children for “being a friend, not a bully”. While I don’t know if there is ever a way to completely solve this problem, spreading awareness and encouraging change is a huge start.
~Take A Stand. Spread Love. End Bullying.~
Bead Relief’s Bracelets are designed to aid in their partnerships and help raise funds for these non-profit organizations. Bracelets are hand-made and complete with the signature copper Bead Relief tag. 25% of each Bracelet purchase goes directly to the organization of that specific charity. All signature Bead Relief sales get divided between all of their partners. Examples of the non-profits Bead Relief supports include: A Place Called Home, National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Autism Society, National Breast Cancer Foundation, and many many more!
Buy It: Head over to Bead Relief to learn more about all the different organizations they are partnering with. Their bracelets are also available in all Kitson stores.
I’m a city girl turned country by my awesome husband and we have three busy boys and two darling daughters. I love spending time with my family, reading Karen Kingsbury novels, and catching up with friends while our kiddos have play dates. I’m blessed beyond measure and can’t wait to see what God has in store.
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