Bracelets on a Mission
Meet the stylish jewelry that's inspiring big social change: The 100 Good Deeds Bracelets
. Created by artist Mary Fisher and supported by several celebrity ambassadors, the bracelets encourage its wearers to perform random acts of kindness while the proceeds support at-risk women in Africa.
Here's how it works: Each time you do an anonymous good deed, move the bracelet's rubber ring one bead closer to the 1GD button. When you reach it, 100 deeds have been completed. Purchase yours here for $30
when they launch March 9, and consider your first good deed accomplished.
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