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PostSubject: 7,000 Bracelets for Hope   Wed Feb 01, 2012 11:26 pm

7,000 Bracelets for Hope

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The Global Genes Project (GGP) volunteer team is collecting blue jean/denim inspired bracelets for families living with rare disease, the campaign is called “7,000 Bracelets for Hope.”

To help raise awareness we’re asking 7,000 jewelry designers, volunteers from the craft community and various artists to donate one bracelet to this campaign to show their support for kids living with rare disease, disorders or conditions. The Global Genes Project (GGP)
If you are a jewelry designer, artist, or are into crafts please visit The Global Genes Project (GGP) and find out how you can participate.

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PostSubject: Re: 7,000 Bracelets for Hope   Thu Feb 16, 2012 4:10 pm

I contacted The Global Genes Project to confirm this is an active program, even though the website is out of date. They collect 8" blue/denim bracelets to give to parents/caregivers, then provide friendship bracelets for the children. Lisa said they get requests all year, so no real time limit. They ask that you submit a note or business card that they can provide the family for thank you notes and email a picture of the finished product for the website. The address on the website is still accurate. Happy crafting!!!
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