Fundraising Bracelet for Indian Residential School Survivors Society
My husband and his 2 older siblings as well as one of his younger siblings are all Residential School survivors, their 5 younger siblings all attended Indian Day Schools.
I have created this little bracelet as a fundraiser for the Indian Residential School Survivors Society as a memorial to the 215 babies found in BC as well as those found in other Residential School locations.
It is made of orange Fire Agate and wooden beads, the focal is a lovely copper dragonfly, and the copper heart shaped charm can be stamped with the initial of your own child or grandchild that you hold dear. Just let me know what letter you want when ordering.
You can stack them up and have one for each of your babies. You can order them in any size as I handmake each and every one myself.
$10 from each bracelet will be donated to the Indian Residential School Survivors Society which is a registered non-profit based in British Columbia. You can also donate yourself directly here: https://www.irsss.ca/
If you want your jewelry to be more meaningful and have an impact on the world around you, you can find more of my FUNDRAISER PIECES here:
**NOTE: I am a real person who handcrafted each and every piece myself from design to completion. I process orders as they are purchased, so, depending on the size of my work que (how many orders ahead of yours) it can take me between 2 days to 2 weeks to create and ship your piece to you. I thank you in advance for your understanding of what truly handmade means and I appreciate your business.