Westfield 4th Grade Girls Make Bracelets For Charity
Have you heard about these amazing 4th graders from Westfield? These young ladies have a passion for beading that they have turned into an incredible business for charity!
During the summer, a few of friends had a playdate and they decided they wanted to do some beading. While they were beading, they came up with the idea of starting their own business making personalized bracelets. Now, there are 8 girls who are involved. With the help of their parents, they created an Etsy shop, an Instagram and Facebook page to turn their dream into a reality.
The girls have chosen to name their business Jammin Braceletz. This name uses the first letter of each of their names. How special right?? This unique name also demonstrates their cohesion as a group. The bond between these friends has grown so strong through this business endeavor.
Jordyn Ava Madison Miley Izzie N B R A Caroline E Lily E Zoe (Jammin Braceletz)
What are they doing now??
JamminBraceletz just donated $500 to the Ronald McDonald House for the month of December from the proceeds they received in making these personalized bracelets. They made over 140 bracelets in a few short weeks. They are now raising money for the month of January to a charity called Trial Blazers for Kids. This foundation raises money for pediatric cancer. As each order comes in, the bracelets are assigned to the girls and they work on them. They often Facetime together and work on the orders. They are having so much fun making bracelets and are so excited to share what they are doing with others. They can create any kind of bracelet in any color and personalize it. Many of the bracelets have positive sayings, or have a name on it, or a favorite sports team. It’s for kids of all ages, both boys and girls and men and women.
Etsy shop: Etsy/shop/JamminBraceletz
Orders can be emailed to: [email protected]
Check out some of their beautiful bracelets in the gallery below!