These hemp bracelets are my contribution to some of the most influential non-profit organizations around. I am donating $3 of the $5 of these bracelets directly to the charity that you choose. The $2 I keep is simply so that I can buy more supplies to make more of these bracelets in the future.
Please choose from the following options for your bracelet:
Pendant - Sea Turtle, Peace Sign or Whale Tail
Hemp Colors, 1 or 2 colors per bracelet
Next, choose from the following admirable non-profit organizations.
Defenders of Wildlife - This organization are proud advocates of animal rights. They keep the world very imformed about what changes are going on, and are intending to go on in the world that effect the habitats and lives of precious animals. They also do research about the survivability of animals all over the world, and work hard to protect endangered animals. Learn about virutally every animal in need, and how to help. Check out more at http://www.defenders.org/
Sea Shepherd - An organization originally affilated with Green Peace, this organization steps up to a more pro-active level than most activism groups. For many years, Sea Shepherd has uncovered much corruption in the inconsiderations of many cultures in their treatment of Sea Life. They have ships that climb through the oceans, putting themselves in direct danger by placing themselves inbetween people who would kill endangered animals and unnecessarilly kill animals, or kill them to the point of extinction. Whales and Seals to name a few. Sea Shepherd is a very noble organization who who go to any feat to save animals, and has never injured a human in the process. More info at http://www.seashepherd.org/
Oxfam - Oxfam is an organization of people who go directly into places of need and help the people to survive. Providing water, food, shelter, and medical help, as well as helping to physically uncover rubble and build safer means of waste and water. These are just a few of the things I know Oxfam does for many cultures in need around the world. In particular, but not limited to, Oxfam was already in Hiati helping the poverty stricken people in need when the earth quake hit last year. One of the members unfortunately parished in the earth quake. Still, Oxfam works hard to help the many homless and starving people in Haiti. More info at http://www.oxfam.org/