Got a cool bracelet idea?
Want to make a difference?
It’s easy to help show support for kids suffering from rare disease and disorders!
The Global Genes Project (GGP) volunteer team is collecting blue jean/denim inspired bracelets for families living with rare disease, the campaign is called “7,000 Bracelets for Hope.”
To help raise awareness we’re asking 7,000 jewelry designers, volunteers from the craft community and various artists to donate one bracelet to this campaign to show their support for kids living with rare disease, disorders or conditions. These bracelets will then be distributed to participating families in February 2011.
24701 La Plaza, Suite 201 Dana Point, CA 92629
HOW TO PARTICIPATE
(1) Pass-along the details to families you know who have a child with a rare disease and disorder.
(2) Ask jewelry designers, artists, crafters, scouting groups, school groups, church groups, etc. to
donate/submit a bracelet along with a personal note of support and encouragement. For example, "A little token of support to let you know you are being thought of."
(3) Post the 7,000 Bracelets for Hope badge/logo on your website.
(4) Volunteer to be a part of the Global Genes Project team. We need everyone’s help to make this campaign a success.
(5) Bracelet Donations can be sent to Children’s Rare Disease Network,
24701 La Plaza – Suite 201, Dana Point, CA 92629
And Don’t Forget to register your contribution so that we know who to thank, and how to contact you!
Parents with children who have rare disease can sign-up to participate, it’s easy!
Simply fill out the form with your contact information. In February, families will receive a very special denim/blue jean inspired bracelet from one of our bracelet designer/contributors to wear with pride.
Designers and crafters can sign-up to participate!
Provide us with your contact and product information, we will provide you information on where to ship your design.Your product link will be listed and there will be additional opportunities to promote your designs within the Global Genes community.
Anyone can make a bracelet, we are creating an easy way to show support for these children and their families affected by rare disease and disorders! Thanks for making a difference today!