A year-round initiative supporting an incredible group of causes we love. Each bracelet gives back 25% of net proceeds to a different nonprofit.

"Being an ADVOCATE not only means knowing who you are and what's important to you, it's using your voice to help others. I am constantly inspired by the incredible advocates who are speaking out to de-stigmatize the conversation around mental health, and this bracelet represents that fearless community."

Victoria Garrick Browne

"The mental wellness culture of Black women and girls is now going through an awakening. We're creating generational impact to break the stigma."

Sharlene KemlerCEO - The Loveland Foundation
Raised in 2022

"Be Yourself is a reminder that everyone deserves to be treated with dignity and respect and aligns with our mission to create safe communities for LGBTQ+ college students"

Shane WindmeyerFounder - Campus Pride

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Our Partners

Victoria Garrick
The Hidden Opponent

The Hidden Opponent (THO) was founded in 2019 by Victoria Garrick, former Division I athlete and PAC-12 Champion who was a four year starter on the University of Southern California Women's Volleyball team. THO is named after Garrick's 2017 TEDxTalk, which details her personal battle with depression and anxiety, and the mental health crisis facing athletes around the world.

Elizabeth Frattura
The Stork Foundation

My Passion for the infertilty community began with my own personal journey to conceive. Despite all the stress during IVF, having access to afford the treatments was a blessing. The Stork Foundation provides financial grants to low resource individuals to cover costly infertility treatments that would otherwise be out of financial reach.

Johanna Kandel
National Alliance for Eating Disorders

For more than a decade, I struggled in silence with various eating disorders. I wanted to give back and make a difference, so I founded the National Alliance for Eating Disorders. My journey was imperfect and messy, but through it all, I am reminded of how RESILIENT we all are and how much we all deserve to live our lives beyond eating disorders.

Allie Brudner Brumel & Bri Majsiak Paige More
The Breasties

Paige, Allie, and Bri were all in their 20's when they met. They each had different experiences with cancer, but were brought together while seeking community. The Breasties was born as the first all-inclusive nonprofit that creates community for survivors, previvors, thrivers, and carevivors, impacted by breast and gynecological cancers.

Jamil Rivers

I was diagnosed at age 39 with stage 4 (metastatic) breast cancer, where the cancer spread from my breast to other parts of my body. I am determined to raise my 3 children. As METAvivor Board President, I advocate to help advance legislative policy, increase funding for medical research and customize support to better meet the needs of families impacted by metastatic breast cancer.

Ann Pifer

I love leading AdoptAClassroom.org because of the immense respect that I have for teachers. Teaching is one of the hardest jobs. Teachers not only pour their hearts into their work, but also their pocketbooks - to buy the supplies their students need to learn. They do it because they love teaching and live for moments when a student lights up.

Charlotte Wasserman
It's A Girl's Life

I started It's A Girl's Life to show that if we don't do something outside of our comfort zones, we will never get to be where we want to be. My journey began with a blog that has turned into nationwide Girls With Grit workshop & nonprofit that teaches girls how to become the creators of their own stories by living a life with grit and resilience.

Shane Windmeyer
Campus Pride

When Campus Pride founder and executive director Shane Windmeyer attended college in the early 1990s, life for LGBTQ college students was lived mostly behind closed doors. It would take the work of LGBTQ advocates and allies to make societal acceptance bloom — work that continues to evolve and be necessary today and into the future.

Aleks Schiffer
I Stand with My Pack

I started ISWMP because I wanted to strengthen the human animal bond and to be the voice for animals because they do not have one. From my life experience I saw firsthand through war how horrible humans can be to other species and to each other. I wanted to do something about it.

Rachel Cargle
The Loveland Foundation

Rachel Cargle started The Loveland Foundation in 2018 to continue her efforts of bringing opportunity and healing to communities of color, and especially to Black women and girls. The Loveland Foundation provides financial assistance to Black women, girls and nonbinary folks seeking therapy nationwide through its core program, the Loveland Therapy Fund.

Adriana Carrig
Herself Co.

Adriana Carrig created Herself Co. to provide young women with the tools they need to be more confident and compassionate. The idea behind Herself Co. came from Adriana’s own experience having to build her sense of self-worth and self-love as she navigated the difficult transition from adolescence to adulthood.

Kelly Sawyer Patricof & Norah Weinstein

We started Baby2Baby ten years ago, serving 500 low-income children out of a tiny space with just the two of us and one intern. Because of the support of our incredible staff, Board and Angel group, donors and sponsors, Baby2Baby has distributed 200 million essential items to more than one million children across the country.

Nikki Porcher
Buy From a Black Woman

Nikki started her nonprofit after visiting a bazaar in Atlanta and found that she was one of the only Black Women there.  She wanted to help Black Women start businesses. In 2016 she started Buy From a Black Woman as a non-profit and posted a registry of businesses owned by Black Women.

Yael Cohen Braun & Julie Greenbaum
Fuck Cancer

Yael Cohen Braun founded Fuck Cancer after her mother was diagnosed with breast cancer. Julie launched F*ck Cancer in 2010 to honor her mother who she lost to ovarian cancer. In 2015, Yael and Julie merged to form one unified nonprofit dedicated to the prevention and early detection of cancer and to ultimately improve health outcomes.

Ruth Glenn
the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Ruth has worked in the domestic violence field for over 27 years, serving on many program and funding boards, giving hundreds of presentations on domestic violence victimization and survival, and providing assistance on a local and national level on victim/survivor issues. As a survivor, she often shares her experience to bring awareness about their experiences!

Glenn Lattner
the Pet Adoption League

I have been involved with PAL for approximately the last 10 years and the Board President for the last 3 years. PAL is a tremendous organization with dedicated people who give selflessly to ensure that cats in need in the North NJ area find furrever homes and have the best of care and love while in our care.

Have a cause that's special to you?

Create your own custom fundraising bracelet for a nonprofit of your choice and we'll donate 25% of net proceeds to the cause!