I am a sucker for cute accessories, especially bracelets!! There is nothing better than finding a cute affordable accessory, except finding out that the bracelet that you want actually helps raise money for important causes.
That is how I felt when my friend Lori from SOBBS and Mom of an Angel, shared these beautiful bracelets called Bravelets with me.
Bravelets are made of 316L stainless steel (which means less staining and discoloring than silver), and genuine leather. They have the words "Be Brave" inscribed on each one. Today I will be focusing on the three options for Pregnancy and Infancy Loss. However they do make others, to benefit almost every cause.
Bravelets were started when the owner of the company's mom was diagnosed with breast cancer. She wanted to make something that her family could wear to show their support, in the weeks up to her mastectomy.
"There are times in all of our lives where we need to be brave – whether for ourselves, for our family, for our friends, or even for a complete stranger. Bravelets™ bracelets are more than just something to wear on your wrist. They are a symbol of hope, strength and courage. They are designed to help you be brave in the toughest of times. "
Since then their company has taken off. They now make Bravelets for many causes, and let organizations set up fundraisers with them
Their website is also wonderful, and has a section that allows you to share your stories of bravery.
Which brings me back to the Bravelets specifically for Pregnancy and Infant Loss. Lori found these fabulous bracelets, and set up a fundraiser for Pregnancy and Infant Loss.
There are three colors to choose from: Blue, Pink, and White.
Bravelets sell for $35 a piece, and if you buy them through this link $10 of every purchase will go to Pregnancy and Infant Loss. Lori does so much for Pregnancy and Infant Loss, so you know that this money will make a huge difference.
These Bravelets are beautiful, and they will make you feel great wearing them. I know I need a constant reminder to stay brave, I can't think of a better way to remind myself. This is definitely on my Christmas wishlist.