As part of the Apparent Project, men and women in Haiti make jewelry using recycled materials, such as cereal boxes. These brightly colored boxes are cut into strips and rolled into beads, which are then used to make bracelets, necklaces, and earrings. This does two things for these families: first, it gives them a sustainable living, and second, it gets trash off the streets of Haiti!
The Apparent Project recently announced that they are offering some of their bracelets as fundraisers. To help raise money for our adoption, we are selling bracelets made by the Apparent Project. That means that every bracelet sold not only fulfills the function of helping families in Haiti and getting trash off the streets, it also helps us provide a home for orphans. Guys, I can't even tell you how jazzed I am about this project!
One of my very favorite parts about this is that with every bracelet, there's a tag, with a picture and the story of the artisan who made that very bracelet. It makes it personal, seeing exactly who was touched by your purchase.
The bracelets are all very brightly colored, and no two are the same. There are many different color combinations, but they're all beautiful, whatever color you choose!
Each bracelet is $10, with $3 shipping for as many bracelets as you'd like to order. Again, this supports the adoption of our son as well as parents in Haiti.
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Thank you so much for your support!