Charity Charms CEO, Kay McDonald, has announced the newest edition to her charm line, "Helping Hand for Japan". For every bracelet sold, McDonald will donate 100 percent of the proceeds towards the Japan disaster relief.
With over $1 million dollars raised for 250 organization since 2005, McDonald hopes to get the same positive response toward her new line and raise a minimum of one-hundred thousand dollars.
McDonald shared details about the "Helping Hand for Japan" charm describing it as, "A GivingBand bracelet that was specially created to raise funds and spread awareness locally and nationally for the recent disaster in Japan." Another special feature about the bracelet is that they are eco-friendly, and were assembled by adults with disabilities in the U.S.
To purchase the charms visit www.charitycharms.com.
You can also find them at the following Valley retail locations.
Charity Charms Showroom
4225 E. Camelback Rd.
Burland Jewelry Center
6102 N. 16th St., St. #10
Kiss Me Kate Boutiques
5039 N. 44th St.
8787 N. Scottsdale Rd.
6201 N. 7th St.
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