I was gifted this 100 Good Deeds bracelet to review and share with my readers. However, all thoughts and opinions expressed herein are my own.
What If I Did 100 Good Deeds? #DeedADay
So it is that time of year again…yes, I am talking about resolutions. What if I do 100 good deeds in 100 days and what if I could convince 100 others to join me? And what if they could bring 100 more into the movement? You can see how impactful this would become?
The Smallest Good Deed is Better Than the Grandest Good Intention
I have long since given up on resolutions that I come to regret making – who needs that pressure? I have adopted a softer, gentler approach to goal setting. That is why the 100 Good Deeds Movement is a resolution I can embrace whole-heartedly. Plus the bracelet is a pretty awesome fashion statement.
The 100 Good Deeds Bracelet symbolizes a commitment to perform anonymous good deeds every day for 100 days to bring about positive change in the world. That mission is why I was thrilled to join the movement when asked. Wearing my bracelet throughout the 100 days will serve as a reminder of the good deeds women all over the world are doing. We are united and powerful.
100 Good Deeds Bracelet
The 100 Good Deeds Bracelet is the brainchild and design of Mary Fisher – artist, author, advocate, and a leader in global social change. She spent a decade partnering with at-risk women in Africa and around the world. Jewelry made by these women gives them the ability to earn a dignified livelihood. This non-profit provides economic and educational opportunities to women and girls across Africa and elsewhere.
“The motivation behind The 100 Good Deeds Bracelet collection is to inspire simple acts of kindness around the world,” said Mary Fisher. “Each bracelet is a reminder to spread positive change through action and fulfill our mission to Do Good, One Deed, One Bead, One Act of Kindness at a Time.”
The 100 Good Deeds Bracelet is hand-braided by vulnerable women in countries such as Zambia, Uganda, Rwanda, South Africa, India, Indonesia, and Haiti. The braided cord is strung with one hundred unique glass beads and a single rubber ring. Each good deed you do, you slide the rubber ring over another bead, closer to the 1GD button.
My 100 Good Deeds Bracelet was crafted in South Africa by Buhle Zizi. Every bracelet comes with a card signed by the artist. It brings the energy of connection with it. I can feel her hands at work as I wear it. The movement is helping her and me, as I am connected to a vast community of women by wearing it. They are available for purchase at 100GoodDeeds.org in nineteen colors. One hundred percent of proceeds from sales are reinvested in the 100 Good Deeds program.
Join the #DeedADay Movement
To join the #DeedADay movement, share one of the images on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or Pinterest using hashtag #DeedADay and tag the 100 Good Deeds Bracelet @the1gdbracelet. View the press release and images here: http://bit.ly/JoinThe100GoodDeedMovement. Together we are changing the world, one deed, one bead, one act of kindness at a time.
This campaign is particularly important because the sale of these products make a difference in the lives of artists in Uganda, Zambia, South Africa, Rwanda, and Haiti. We also believe the world would be a better place if everyone did a good deed a day.