How GivingBands® helped raise money for Aubrey Sacco

by | Oct 21, 2010 | Fundraising, GivingBands, Our Clients, Product Spotlight, Success Stories, Uses, Women

We recently had the opportunity to make a GivingBand® for a unique program. A loyal customer recently approached us to help her friend find her missing cousin. We are happy that the campaign has been able to help raise funds to find Aubrey Sacco. Here is the story.
 
The dragonfly bracelets are a symbol of hope. Not to mention a way to raise awareness, and funds to support the search for Aubrey Sacco. Aubrey is a 23-year-old University of Colorado graduate who went missing in Nepal on April 20, 2010. So far, we have raised almost $4,000 from dragonfly bracelet sales.

A Message from Jessica Hinton About The Aubrey Sacco GivingBands

I wanted to do this because Aubrey’s cousin is a close friend of mine. When I heard about her going missing, I wanted to do something to help lift people’s spirits and raise money to help find her. I had been a fan of Charity Charms and loved the concept. So I wrote an email telling them my idea to create this bracelet to sell and they helped me turn it into a reality. 
I have yet to meet Aubrey but feel like I know her because of her free fun loving spirit. The massive amount of people who do know her love her so much! The bracelets were my way to let her and her family know that I’m pulling for her to come home. Plus I hope others will catch on and do the same. – Jessica Hinton
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Thank you so much, Jessica, for being a wonderful person and helping out such an admirable cause. To help in the search for Aubrey Sacco visit her website here. You can also visit her Facebook page, where you can get more details about Aubrey and her search. Finally, you can help by donating.

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