Good Works Make a Difference!
LIVE IN UNITY, GIVE BACK, ACCEPT DIVERSITY, BE AWARE, TRUTH, FORGIVE: They’re noble thoughts, each and every one, and worthy to be written across the sky in letters. They’re just as meritorious doodled on a kid’s notebook, displayed as bumper stickers on the family car, or even selectively tattooed on the breast of the person who embraces the concepts and cares enough to wear one permanently over the heart!
The good people at Good Works Make a Difference choose to render them in more-versatile media: beautifully inscribed leather bracelets to grace the wrist of man, woman, or child. Worn by caring people in casual dress or decked out in evening attire to benefit victims of a “cause célèbre,” the bracelets are visible and as appealing as the concepts themselves! Perhaps they reflect the warmth and pulse of the person who wears them.
The controversial event might also be the shameful spectacle of domestic violence that drives people to seek shelter for themselves and their children far from the reach of abuser. Good Works Makes a Difference stepped up to co-sponsor the Jenesse Center, Inc. “Silver Rose Weekend” as part of an intervention program to help survivors of domestic abuse.
Good Works also partnered with United Way in their “No Place like Home” campaign to rebuild and furnish homes for Hurricane Katrina victims living in trailers and temporary housing so long after the catastrophe. They’ve co-sponsored campaigns to fund breast cancer research and help people in Japan who are victims of the tsunami and ensuing nuclear power plant disaster. The folks at Good Works Make a Difference also reach out in less dramatic ways, like working with businesses to send deserving high school girls to their prom with donated designer dresses, shoes, accessories, hair styling, makeup, chauffeured limousine, dinner and, of course, Good Works Make a Difference bracelets.
Good Works Make a Difference started life as “Humanity for All.” The name had to be changed because of trademark issues, but they continue under the leadership of Helena Cho, CEO, who is one of the original founders. In addition to co-sponsoring benefit events, the company donates 25% of net profits to non-profit charitable organizations.
When people say, “They’re beautiful, they grab you, and they don’t let go,” are they talking about the bracelets or the inspirations — or both? In either case, the product names, “Come Together Leather Metallic,” “Elements,” and Happy Days Wrap Around,” seem particularly apropos. Some boast a distressed metallic leather finish with crystal and silver stud accents between the silver-foil stamped words. Others are a little wider and simpler. Still others sport wrap around designs. Available colors are all over the rainbow, with retail pricing of $24, $33, or $44 depending on the style. Sturdy fasteners keep them encircling the wrist in anything but “plain” sight!
Retailers can participate in this good will by wearing and selling these bracelets and their worthy concepts. The bracelets are ageless in their appeal to adults and children. Imagine using them to welcome new students at orientation, promoting the good works of service organizations, or publicizing charity events with so many positive messages expressed in such a unified and visible way!
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