Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Bejeweled for a Cause: Jewels For Hope Bracelet Review






I started my own line of Lyme Disease awareness bracelets because I wanted to do one thing: help my fellow Lymies with treatment costs while raising awareness for this chronic illness. Being a sufferer of Lyme myself, it really hits home for me, and it makes me feel good every time I could hit a donate button because I knew that money was going to someone who really needed it and could use it!

Jewelry with a purpose is always something I love to promote. Think about it, you're raising awareness for a cause you truly believe in and support while accessorizing; that's pretty genius if you ask me.

Jewels For Hope does just that with their many different handcrafted pieces, all of which give back in some form of another to different charities and causes!

About Jewels For Hope:

"Welcome to Jewels For Hope! Here you will find many different styles of jewelry from Classic Pearls to Funky Spikes, and everything in between! We make everything by hand and put our hearts and souls into our designs. While wearing our Charity Jewels that donates a portion of the profits of every sale made to one of 20 organizations close to our hearts (and counting!), you'll know you're looking good, while doing good!"

10% of the profits of every sale is donated to charitable organizations, including the owners own fund, Hope for Caregivers, which provides benefits to various organizations throughout the country that help caregivers who cannot afford the assistance of aides to care for their loved ones.

If you'd like to see what other charities are donated to, you can do so Here.


Jewels For Hope Pink Stone Bracelet


For this particular review I was sent their gorgeous Pink Stone Bracelet! This lovely bracelet is crafted with a purpose, as is all their jewelry. If you didn't guess already, this bracelet represents breast cancer awareness and according to the product page, portions of the bracelet sales are donated to Paint The Town Pink/ Terri Brodeur Breast Cancer Foundation.

The ordering process was very simple and straightforward. You have the ability to choose your cording color, input the size you want, and BOOM, custom bracelet on its way.

It does take a little while to receive your bracelet but that's understandable seeing as your piece is being constructed from scratch just for you!

When my bracelet arrived I eagerly opened the package and was in awe when I took it out. It's not extravagant by any means like some statement pieces that can be found in the jewelry world, but it's very simple in an elegant here-I-am kind of way.

The bracelet itself is uniquely and securely constructed, comprised of a single row of round pink hued beads secured by dark colored leather cording and finished off with a cute little button closure. When I tried my bracelet on, to say it fit like a glove would be a true understatement!

It's like it was made for me *winkwink*






Love the look of the bracelet but support a different charity or cause that's near and dear to your heart? No problem! Just specify what charity you'd like the proceeds to go to in the "Add Comments" section when placing your order.

Working with Stevie and her mom Sandy of Jewels For Hope was just as wonderful as the bracelet itself! They're so kind and compassionate that it's no wonder they started such a philanthropic company. They truly care about bringing their customers the best products they can while doing what they can to help the world, and that's definitely something to admire!




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Make sure to come back March 6th for a chance to win your own bracelet in the Spring Fashionista Giveaway Event!







Disclaimer: I received products from Jewels For Hope in order to facilitate this honest review and on The Eclectic Element. All opinions and expressions are 100% mine and mine alone unless otherwise stated. Please do your own research on a product or service before purchasing as your results may vary.




31 comments:

Jewels For Hope said...

Thank You so much for the lovely review! So glad you like the bracelet!

Suburban Style Challenge said...

Love this bracelet! They have such great stuff, and have recently added so much more :) I think I might need to go check this one out though... I love the hardness of it (if that makes sense).

Patty Woodland said...

I love the pink - such a happy color. So wonderful that part of the proceeds are donated.

Katherine Bartlett said...

I really love the color of this one!

Lena B said...

Absolutely adore Jewels for Hope - such precious pieces and this pink is just so head turning

Jenna Wood said...

I have several Jewels For Hope pieces and get countless comments when I wear them, and it doesn't hurt they have a charitable nature!

Katy Rose said...

I truly love this company. They are so inspirational with all the good they do for so many different charities. Love the pink color of those beads. - Katy

Shop with Me Mama said...

that pink bracelet is beautiful! I want one! Off to check them out!

Shelley Zurek -- Still Blonde after all these YEARS said...

I just LOVE that one! I reviewed a pink one too and I was so happy with the quality!!

Heavenly Savings said...

That bracelet is beautiful. I have always been a sucker for Pink and Black together!

Daisy B said...

What a pretty bracelet! I love the bright pink color and trendy style.

Amy said...

I love the bracelet. Its such a great color on you.

Jenn Mitchell said...

I love it when you can buy something pretty for a good cause. Love that pink. So great for spring and summer.

Brandy said...

I love buying pretty items that also are for a great cause. Thanks for sharing this.

Alina Conn said...

I love the bracelet not only cause it's stunning and has a magnificent color but because it's also for a great cause. Good stuff!

Wanda Tracey said...

The bracelet is adorable.I love it ,and I love why you made it for such a good cause .It could become my favorite piece because the magenta pink color is so pretty too.

Jennie said...

This bracelet is beautiful. My grandmother had breast cancer (survivor!) so it's a cause I definitely support.

sweepinmomma123 said...

This would be perfect for my daughter. I know she would enjoy it.

trishden said...

Jewels For Hope have some beautiful pieces and I love the giving back aspect. So sorry about your Lyme disease. It's been 20 years since I was first diagnosed and I'm still not right.

Eugenie said...

It's nice to know that a part of every purchase goes to a charitable organization.

celina k said...

Not only is it a great cause, but their jewelry is beautiful as well. Feels good all the way around.

Donna Quarles said...

I love the whole idea of this. Thanks so much!!!!

Ashley said...

I think the whole idea of this is wonderful! Thanks for sharing it with us. :)

Mary said...

What a wonderful way to help people and they don't feel like it's charity that way.

Gail Williams said...

I love the charity aspect tied into the purchase of these items which are beautiful anyway. I want to be better educated as to how to help various caregivers as I am just about to become my Mother's caregiver in 2 weeks.

Jennifer Hiles said...

What a great way to support a charity and get beautiful jewelry. I'd like to start doing my Christmas shopping there (I'm either really late or really early for that!). I just love their beaded bracelets.

Colette S said...

These jewelry are lovely. I wish I could give financial support! What a great cause!

carey Oberly said...

I love the hope pink as i have three family members who passed from cancer

cjabdelnour said...

I really like the hot pink bracelet. I have gotten several items from Jewels for Hope and love them all!!
Cheryl Abdelnour cjabdelnour@hotmail.com

RICHARD HICKS said...

I always like to see portions of the sells going to charity. Nice pink bracelet too!

Sky Evans said...

These are so cute and for such a good reason.

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