Amy Freeland Has a Penchant for Charity and Beads and Donates Bracelets to the 7000 ‘Bracelets for Hope’ Program
November 1, 2012
Jewelry designer Amy Freeland, of GreenBead Designs, works in the legal field by day, and plays with copper, beads and enamel by night. She buys beads, works with beads and blogs about beads. This lady is all about beads!
Amy’s shop on Etsy has recently been assorted by color, where each color benefits a different charity. She calls this the “Compassionate Colors Project.” A few of the causes she supports include, WomenHeart – fighting heart disease in women-, Feeding America – fighting hunger in America, NAMI – fighting mental illness. For a list of the other causes Amy supports visit GreenBead Designs on Etsy. Her recent donation of blue, denim inspired bracelets to the 7000 ‘Bracelets for Hope’ program will be distributed to families who are affected by rare disease.
Sending this bracelet with some positive thoughts for the wearer. – Amy Freeland
To read more about her commitment to raising money for charities through jewelry making, please see her blog. Also make sure to stop by her pages on Facebook and Pinterest to get news of her recent creations and specials!
Thank you, Amy, for giving hope to families affected by rare disease.
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