Why the HEAVENDROPt bracelet is worth it

March 26, 2019 1 min read

Why the HEAVENDROPt bracelet is worth it

Owning a HEAVENDROPt bracelet is a statement.

It's not just a green cord with a clasp that goes on your wrist. It's so much more than that.

The good people employed at HEAVENDROPt who make these gorgeous bracelets have a range of disabilities from intellectual to physical. Making the HEAVENDROPt bracelets enriches their lives with a sense of accomplishment that you can only find at a job you enjoy.

And really, how many of us are lucky enough to find that job we love? Their individuality sparks and to see their genuinely happy expressions is a treasure to be cherished.

Plus, the story of how they obtain their materials is pretty rad, too.

First, by buying the discarded parachutes from the military, HEAVENDROPt supports our troops and our wonderful USA.

Then, by employing workers with disabilities, HEAVENDROPt supports our whole community by providing a safe and happy environment where their workers can create these bracelets for a fair and competitive wage.

So, if you're contemplating on buying a HEAVENDROPt bracelet for yourself - go for it! You won't regret it. And if you see someone else sporting this bracelet with the cool HEAVENDROPt logo, holler out at them!

Here's a cool video by Sarah Walsh, one of our PHP employees who has her own HEAVENDROPt bracelet and volunteered to do a little show 'n' tell video for you all.

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HEAVENDROPt bracelets support our troops and our community.

Amy Fujimoto
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