Little Words Project is a “pay-it-forward movement” in the shape of a friendship bracelet. Made out of fine-cut crystals interwoven with a unique, inspirational word, each bracelet has a higher purpose to unite girls of all ages. The concept is simple; our customer is to wear her Little Word for as long as the word on her wrist provides her the comfort she needs, and then, when the opportunity arises, she is to pass her bracelet on to someone who needs it more than she does. Each bracelet features a gold-dipped tag with our logo and a number inscribed into it. These numbers may be used to register a customer’s bracelet and track the bracelet’s movement as it inspires from wrist-to-wrist.
“Girl World,” as we’ve grown accustomed to calling it, can be an awfully cruel place sometimes; which is why Little Words Project’s mission is to provide girls everywhere with a vehicle with which to bring one another “up”, rather than put one another down.
So purchase your bracelet and join us in our mission to help change “Girl World” one Little Word at a time.
How It Works
Little Words Project aims to feature a different bracelet for our philanthropy efforts each month. The bracelet will change monthly along with the philanthropy it supports. A portion of the sales of each featured bracelet will be donated to the “philanthropy of the month” in addition to a smaller portion of ALL sales already being donated. Be sure to keep an eye out for the ever changing bracelets as a particular philanthropy might hold a place close to your heart.
If you are interested in being a featured charity on www.littlewordsproject.com please contact our founder at email@example.com
This month’s featured bracelet will benefit the Platelet Disorder Support Association, a non-profit corporation providing information & support for patients, families, and medical professionals managing Immune Thrombocyteopenia (ITP) and other platelet disorders. PDSA reaches thousands of people in the ITP community and receives NO federal funding whatsoever.
Managing a world with ITP is quite difficult for all those who have the rare blood disease. As a child, contact sports and “normal” childhood activities like a simple trip to the park are off limits because a simple cut, bruise, or impact of any kind could lead to fatal internal bleeding. As a parent, it means having little to no information on how to help your child through something there is little to know explanation for. And as an adult, it means having to push through the incredible struggle that comes with waking up with blood blisters in your mouth, or heading off to work with a nosebleed that hasn’t stopped for hours, and living with the constant fear that any day could be your last. Imagine living this life with no hope of a cure EVERY day.
By purchasing your “hope” bracelet today, you will be benefiting PDSA programs and research helping give hope to those living with ITP that there will one day be a cure.