Examples of Cause and Branding Bracelets

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The Cesar Millan Foundation decided on the Standard bead bracelet, using Cesar’s favorite phase, “Pack Leader” on the top and “Cesar Millan Foundation” on the bottom. They used five different colors and the recycled tire bands. They’ll be using the Cesar Millan Foundation bracelets to fundraise and create awareness. Cesar Millan Charity Bracelet
Awareness Support Bracelet Musical Angels is a non-profit that provides free piano lessons to children while they are at the hospital. They created this Musical Angels bracelet with our long curved bead to use for fundraising. The bracelet they created has a piano key design featured on the bottom. Pretty cool!
How’s this for a perfect match!?  The VW logo and the round metal bead were made for each other!  This is Volkswagen’s second bracelet.  They decided to use the black nylon adjustable band on this Volkswagen bracelet and the same hangtag. Auto promo bracelet
Free Syria Support Bracelet The Free Syria Project, which is made up of a young group of Syrian Americans, is using jewelry for a cause. These Free Syria bracelets, with white, green, red and black bands, to raise money to provide humanitarian aid to those in Syria who are greatly in need of help.
Great Lakes Collaborative for Autism is using their bracelet with blue and red wristbands for a cause, to raise funds to help better support people with Autism and their families.  The Great Lakes Collaborative for Autism bracelet emphasizes the “i” and “s” in Autism. Autism Awareness Bracelet
Another example of using jewelry for a cause. This simple and elegant use of the Long Curved Bead Bracelet and a red band on the Malawi bracelet is being used in this Community One bracelet to create awareness and as a gift with donation by Community-one.org.
BDA designed this bracelet with the Hershey’s logo, along with the Hershey’s Kisses silhouette on the bottom.  This is one “sweet” bracelet! Hersheys promo product
Unique awareness bracelet Enloe Medical Center is raising money to buy a new rescue helicopter. These “Take Flight” Enloe Medical Center bracelets are the epitomy of jewelry for a cause, with the round bead and black bands, are being given to employees who make a donation.
Danialle Karmanos’ Work it Out program’s mission is to eradicate childhood obesity and give children the tools to make healthy choices.  They ordered these Danialle Karmanos’ Work it Out bracelets featuring the word “Breathe” with our long curved bead and purple band to hand out at events. Danialle Karmanos Charity bracelet
Gentiva provides home health and hospice service to more than 350,000 patients nationwide.  They wanted to create these unique Gentiva bracelets as a holiday gift for their employees.  Their logo looks amazing on our round bead!
The Canadian Museum of Nature is a natural history museum in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.  They used two elements of their logos on their round bead, a distressed “n” on the top and their museum logo on the bottom.  The green band definitely fits the nature theme!
This USG Corp. bracelet with a pink band was created to show their support for Giving Back Charities & The Breast Cancer Research Foundation, an organization dedicated to raising money for breast cancer research and creating awareness for this important cause.
BP created the very first Round Bead Bracelet (it’s the size of a penny). As you can see, it’s perfect for logos! The BP bracelet uses a green band to match their logo.
These PVC bracelets were created for a summer camp to give to all the campers. They used the Mini Bead and were done in nine different colors.
This Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA) bracelet with blue and green bands is being used to fundraise for the organization.
ActivCare enhances life for those with memory loss, Alzheimer’s and other dementia. They are using their ActivCare bracelets with the Long Curved Bead and green bands to help create greater awareness.
T Bar M Camps designed their custom bracelet to give to kids attending their summer camps.  They used different color bands for a cool custom look the kids (and their parents) would love wearing!
Joni’s Dance Center, a dance instruction studio in Hamden, Connecticut, created this cool round beed bracelet with their JDC logo.  This is a great example of how well logos work on the round bead.
The Children’s Diabetes Camp of Central Texas and Camp Bluebonnet had ITo bracelets made for their summer camp attendees.  They used a blue band to match their name and color and the cool Bluebonnet logo on the round metal bead.  They turned out really great!

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