A Gift That Keeps on Giving: 1 Bracelet – 1 Child – 1 Week of Food

Now that Christmas has passed and life resume to normal, our kids maybe still busy playing/enjoying their Christmas presents. But did you know that there are kids who are not as fortunate as ours? I’m talking about the orphanage children here in Indonesia.

I stumble on Give Jewelry and my heart melts, instantly.


Give Jewelry is a sustainable movement to provide food for children in orphanages throughout Indonesia. The vision is simple: every bracelet purchased directly benefits kids in need. So no matter what type of bracelet you choose: friendship braceletscharm braceletleather braceletbeaded braceletcuff bracelets  or any of their other bracelets, you’re really choosing to make a difference.

Knowing by purchasing one bracelet you can actually provide a one whole meal for a child is a tremendous feeling. You are giving them a better life. You can watch their full length documentary of the visit to Sumba and Bali Orphanage on YouTube.

Some of the areas that Give Jewelry are working on – the Indonesian orphanage – is located in the dry land of Sumba. This speaks volume to me as my late aunt who passed away from breast cancer last June was a pastor in Kupang. Her husband, a native son of Kupang and her has been doing a lot of humanitarian works in these small places to help the people. So now can you connect the dots why I feel this ‘calling’ to support Give Jewelry?


Give Jewelry is selling truly beautiful affordable handmade pieces. Do check out their products. These bracelets are helping children in Indonesia not only to feed them but also for medical treatments like you can see on this moving documentary. With every bracelet you purchase, Give Jewelry provides one week of nutritious food (that’s 21 meals!) for a child in need.

Below are some simple steps you can take to raise awareness of hunger, encourage activism and create lasting change.  With your help, we CAN end world hunger, one child at a time!

Would you like to get involve and support this cause that has become very near and dear to my heart? It’s so easy:

For Tatter Scoops readers, Give Jewelry is giving you guys’ special discounts! Woot woot! Easy as pie, if you decided that this is a cause worth supporting, please do buy a bracelet (or two or more!) and upon check out in the Comment Box please use this code: Tatterscoops to receive a FREE Survivor Purple Cancer Awareness Bracelet or Pink Breast Cancer Awareness bracelet as their thank you gift.

What are you waiting for? Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and their bracelets would make a perfect gift for your daughter, mother, girlfriend, etc.

If you do support this, please do let me know by leaving a comment below. Also please watch this 5 minutes video.



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7 Comments on A Gift That Keeps on Giving: 1 Bracelet – 1 Child – 1 Week of Food

  1. Jessica
    January 11, 2012 at 1:42 am (5 years ago)

    This is such a wonderful cause, Maureen. Thank you for sharing this with me. I’m going to be sharing this with friends and family now.
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    • Maureen
      January 11, 2012 at 10:18 am (5 years ago)

      Thank you so much for helping getting the words out, Jessica. It means a lot 🙂

    • Maureen
      January 11, 2012 at 10:19 am (5 years ago)

      Thanks, Maria 🙂 I’m just so touch by their story that I have to help as best as I can.

  2. Nami
    January 11, 2012 at 8:41 am (5 years ago)

    Since jewelry seems to be the blog theme of the week, I’m going to check it out. Besides, my mother, mother-in-law and sister-in-law are all Aquarians. Would make a great gift for their humanitarian spirit, don’t you think? Thanks for the heads up.
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    • Maureen
      January 11, 2012 at 10:21 am (5 years ago)

      Thanks so much Nami. Appreciate your help and I’m sure the children would do too 😀


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