(269) 8:30 AM - 9:30 PM(CST) M-F
Sat - 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Bracelets Help Charities Thrive
For years, charities have used rubber bracelets to both raise awareness for their cause and make money to support their mission. Any type of charity can use bracelets. When shopping for charity bands, find online tools that allow you to customize your wristbands with your own colors, message, and artwork. Select a catchy saying for your charity wristband so they'll instantly become a trend.
When people wear bracelets for a cause, it can lead to increased awareness for the charity's purpose. The most popular charity bands are the yellow Livestrong wristbands for cancer awareness that became extremely trendy even among major celebrities. Other popular bracelets for charitable causes include "Livefree, Smokefree," "Celebrate Hope", anti-racism bands, and bands that show support for troops. Charities also use bracelets to raise awareness and money for major disasters, such as typhoons, floods, tsunamis and wildfires.
Charities often used custom bracelets for fundraising. When purchased in bulk, wristbands are very affordable and can be sold for a good profit. Popular bands are easy to sell. Here are some ideas on how you can use charity bracelets to raise funds for a good cause:
- Create an online store to sell your bracelets.
- Promote your bands on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other social media channels.
- Sell at a charitable event, such as a walk, marathon, bazaar, or carnival.
- Make your bracelets part of the admission price to your event. This way, everyone will be wearing one and they'll become even more popular after the event.
Which Charity Wristbands to Choose?
There are many ways to make wristbands for a cause. When shopping online for charity bands, be sure you look for a company that specializes in 100% silicone products. Some cheaper products are made with a combination of silicone and latex. This makes the bands less durable, so they'll break easily and won't last long. Latex can also cause a very dangerous allergic reaction in some people. Be sure to purchase only solid silicone bands for your charity programs at www.AmazingWristbands.com