Thank you to 100 Good Deeds for sponsoring today’s post. All opinions are my own. #100GoodDeeds
What’s the last good deed you did? What about the last good deed someone did for you? Good deeds are defined by Mary Fisher, the designer of the 100 Good Deeds Bracelets, as going out of your way to help someone while remaining anonymous. Good deeds don’t have to be elaborate either. Send someone flowers, pay for the drive through order behind you, or maybe leave food or clothing at the doorstep of a family in need.
The Good Deeds Movement has a fashionable way to inspire random acts of kindness, transform communities, and empower women around the world who create handmade bracelets specifically for 100 Good Deeds.
100 Good Deeds Bracelets
Here’s how it works: Vulnerable women in countries such as Uganda, South Africa and Zambia create the 100 Good Deeds bracelets. You can then purchase a bracelet for $30 at macys.com to track your good deeds easily in a fashionable way. Each bracelet has 100 beads, a 100 Good Deeds charm, and a little tracker ring you move over a bead each time you do a good deed. The bracelets are fully adjustable to fit any wrist size. All of the proceeds for the bracelets go back into the program to continue to empower and support the wonderful women who create them. Simple right? I love the work they are doing at 100 Good Deeds and the message they are spreading.
I was sent three bracelets in exchange for this blog post. One bracelet was for me, one was for someone I know who is the definition of kind, and the third is to giveaway to one of my readers (don’t forget to enter below!)
The brown bracelet above is my bracelet. I put it on to model the different components. Each bracelet comes with instructions on how to wear them and how they work. My suggestion is to loosen the cord to make the bracelet looser when you put it on, then tighten it after it’s on. It was easier to get the proper size for my wrist that way.
100 Good Deeds Bracelet for a Well-deserving Friend
A beautiful soul in my community received the second bracelet. I’ve had the opportunity to get to know Ferial through friends, community events, and I follow her on facebook. She has done numerous amazing things to help make our community, and the world, a better place. When she was a high school teacher at a local school she started the Secret Kindness Agents, who were a group of students going out to do anonymous acts of kindness. She wrote a book about them, and continues to induct new secret kindness agents across our state and as well as across the country.
Members of our community come together through the kindness events Ferial facilitates locally. Other teachers receive support, encouragement and education as Ferial teaches them at University level. Last year she was the Grand Marshall of the Pride Parade thanks to the work she does as an ally to the LGBT community. These are only a few things Ferial has done to make our community a more loving place. If I continued listing things, it would go on for miles. She takes the world into her heart and for that I have great respect for her.
100 Good Deeds Bracelet Giveaway
I still need to give out the third bracelet! The giveaway for this bracelet runs from 6/20 through end of day 6/26 CST. Just fill out the entries that suit you on the Rafflecopter below. I’ll randomly choose a winner on 6/27.
a Rafflecopter giveaway
Open to Residents of the US only. Winner will be selected by Random.org and be notified by email. Winner has 48 hours to respond before a new winner is selected. Living a Sunshine Life is responsible for prize fulfillment. 100 Good Deeds will not be responsible for prize fulfillment. The product provided for the review was free of charge from the company and additional compensation was not received. The product offered for the giveaway is free of charge, no purchase necessary. My opinions are my own and were not influenced by any form of compensation. Facebook and Twitter are in no way associated with this giveaway. By providing your information in this form, you are providing your information only to Living a Sunshine Life. I do not share or sell information and will use any information only for the purpose of contacting the winner.