Fund Raising Bracelets

August 23, 2014 by  
Filed under Fundraising Information

Fund raising bracelets particularly the silicone bracelets has been a popular and trendy way to raise funds for fund raising organizations causes. These fund raising bracelets for a fact, sell like hotcakes because it appeals to almost everybody from the young to the old, not to mention buying a trendy bracelet for a good cause such as cancer fund raising, natural calamity survivors fund raising, AIDS victims fund raising, and a many more.

These silicone fund raising bracelets are semi-organic polymer bracelets that are heat stable, water resistant, and flexible. They are colorful, comfortable to wear, durable, and inexpensive jewelry items that makes them so popular among those who want to help out good causes in their own little way. In fact, they have become a fashion in-thing both because of its chic appearance and the messages they impart.

Different colors of these silicone fund raising bracelets represent different community causes, from raising environmental consciousness to finding a cure for specific diseases. These silicone bracelets are sometimes called rubber bracelets which first came into highlight when the Lance Armstrong Foundation, a non-profit organization founded in 1997 by a world famous cyclist Lance Armstrong, designed and started selling the bracelets as part of a fund raising effort by the foundation to help cancer survivors like Armstrong himself. The silicone bracelets came out in a bright-yellow color representing the jersey color of the winner of the honored Tour-de-France and instantly became very popular. Much of its popularity rose because of the silicone bracelets and the cancer foundation’s being publicized in the Oprah show. More than thirty-two million people were wearing Armstrong silicon bracelets by the February of 2005.

The silicone fund raising bracelets also became a favorite choice of other charities both small and large, marketing the silicone bracelets to bring awareness to their own causes. Pink silicon bracelets with emblazoned motto of “Sharing the Promise”, was designed and used by the Susan G. Komen Breast cancer Foundation. Yellow silicone fund raising bracelets stamped with “Support Our Troops” in black lettering was used by another group who rallied support for the US troops. Tsunami survivors, AIDS Foundation, and countless others have benefited from the generated sales of these silicone fund raising bracelets.

Some of the silicone jewelry manufacturers have increased their inventory to include silicone bracelets where they can be bought online in bulk to make them an economical way for smaller groups such as schools, churches, and organizations that want to generate sales while advertising their cause. A wide variety of styles, colors, and pre-printed messages are being manufactured and custom silicone bracelet with the organization’s message stamped on the bracelets can also be made.

Silicone fund raising bracelet so to say, have achieved a great deal in the span of a few years, whether or not they’re popularity as fashion accessories with a good cause will continue, it can’t be denied that these silicone bracelets have helped and saved millions of people.

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