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Charities Benefit from Wear I Give Jewelry and Clothing Sales

Dec 27, 2012 01:04PM

Wear I Give, based in Mound, is a new natural jewelry and clothing business that donates half the profits of every sale to charity. The company, whose mission is “Creating a movement for good,” was founded by Jeremiah and CJ Staples.

Wear I Give offers eco-friendly, hand-crafted jewelry created with natural elements. Wrap bracelets, made of hemp, come in three lengths and nine colors. They are braided by families in the Philippines, through a mission group called Threads of Hope. The disc logo “buckle” is made from coconut shell. After customers purchase a bracelet, they can visit the Wear I Give website, enter the code on the back of the bracelet tag and designate which charitable organization will receive their 50-percent donation. Organizations represent a variety of causes, including wildlife and natural resources conservation, organic farming and sustainability, mental health and social movements.

A variety of beads, made from wood, nuts, seeds and paper, can be purchased as well. Each bead, designed by the Staples’ grandchildren, represents a different charitable organization. Wear I Give also carries accessories and T-shirts made of hemp, bamboo and organic cotton.

“We have a passion for health and wellness, and a desire to make a difference in the world, and we set out to do so in a way that allows anyone and everyone to participate,” says Staples. “It has been very rewarding and so fun. People are generous by nature and we see it all the time.”

For more information, call 888-809-5265, email [email protected] or visit For more information on Threads of Hope, visit

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