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Relate bracelets are handmade and sold to make a difference and change lives. As a 100% not-for-profit social enterprise, the majority of the revenue is donated to credible causes and invested in social upliftment initiatives, with a focus on creating opportunities for all involved, at every stage of a project.
Whenever you buy and wear Relate bracelets, you know that your contribution will reach the causes and people for whom it was meant, and ultimately change lives.
Size Chart: (measured from end to end)
Small 7 1/4"
Medium 7 1/2"
Large 8 1/8"
Pink Drive: PinkDrive is the indispensable, tangible breast cancer Public Benefit Organisation powering South Africa’s first mobile PinkDrive Mammography Unit and PinkDrive Educational Unit through our country, driving home the fact that ‘Early Detection Saves Lives’.
Jane Goodall Institute: The Institute of South Africa continues Dr Goodall's pioneering mission to prevent the extinction of chimpanzees through conservation, research, and education. The goal of the Jane Goodall Institute's chimpanzee sanctuary, Chimp Eden, is to rescue and protect chimpanzees that have been orphaned, survived the bush meat trade, traded in the illegal pet market and rescued from being traumatised for entertainment.
Earthchild: Earthchild Project is a Non-Profit Organization operating in disadvantaged schools in Cape Town, South Africa. Working with children and teachers our educational programmes focus on the environment, health and life-skills. We teach practical skills such as yoga, mindfulness & organic gardening to over 3500 children and 300 teachers.
Tomorrow Trust: This South African NGO works to break the cycle of poverty using holistic education. They suppport and develop orphans, children and youth to reach their potential to become leaders that are self-sustainable and proactive citizens. The program covers the entire education journey from kindergarten to high school, as well as university.
Elephants: Elephants Alive (previously Save The Elephants) aims to ensure the survival of elephants and their habitats and to promote harmonious co-existence between elephants and people.
After School Programs: The Amy Foundation is a non-profit organisation that offers programs to develop and empower youth, ages 5-35, living in challenged and vulnerable communities within the Western Cape. Their After School Program supplements the shortcomings of the educational system in the townships. By focusing on creativity the Amy Foundation aims to make learning enjoyable while also fostering the drive for academic success. Their Youth Skills Development Program prepares young people for employment.
Lions: FOUR PAWS , who has rescued and given many lions a second chance at life: now you can see them enjoying their new lives at our LIONSROCK Big Cat Sanctuary and FELIDA Big Cat Sanctuary.
All Love is Equal: This bracelet contributes to Free & Equal is the United Nations’ global campaign against homophobia and transphobia. Proceeds from this bracelet will be donated to the Triangle Project, a human rights non-profit organisation advocating for the rights and well-being of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex community and a society free of discrimination and violence.
Malaria: United Against Malaria is an alliance of various organisations, including, football players and governments, which aids the prevention and treatment of malaria across the African continent, both providing preventative measures such as mosquito nets and by improving access to treatment.
Mandela Literacy: The Nelson Mandela School Library Project refurbishes old shipping containers into libraries, that are donated to underprivileged schools across South Africa, benefitting thousands of children and community members.
Oceans: The Source to Sea Programme is dedicated to the conservation of marine ecosystems that support a myriad of aquatic species, as well as the people that rely on them.
Penguins: SANCCOB is a non-profit organization who's primary objective is to reverse the decline of seabird populations through the rescue, rehabilitation and release of ill, injured, abandoned and oiled seabirds – especially the endangered African penguin.
Rhinos: The Rhino Project which fights against rhino poaching using a number of interventions to ensure the survival of this iconic animal; the deployment of equipment, skilled field staff, anti-poaching dogs and sniffer dogs, a rapid response platform for rhino orphans, and end-user awareness campaigns.
Building Families: SOS Children’s Villages South Africa (SOS) that cares for children who have lost or are at risk of losing their parental care. SOS builds families for children in need, they help them shape their own futures and share in the development of their communities. SOS’ programmes provide life-changing support to children and families across the country.
Wild Dogs: The Wild Dog Project which monitors and conserves this highly endangered species through collaring and tracking, securing and expanding habitats, and ensuring that Wild Dogs receive rapid response when they are injured or under threat persecution. This is achieved with a team of skilled field staff.