Starting your bracelet service project is pivotal to improving other people’s lives. It doesn’t matter how big or little your coverage is. What is important is you’re making it your mission to make this world a better place. Today, we’re going to help you organize your bracelet service project. First, let’s talk about why bracelets are one of the most efficient service vessels.

Why use bracelets?

Bracelets don’t only add aesthetic and style factor. They are also versatile and accessible. That’s why they are ideal to use for charitable causes and fundraisers. Considering all the design options, you can go for; bracelets appeal to a lot of people easily. Moreover, you can always customize them to make your project more personal, memorable and impactful.

Starting your bracelet  service project

We’re already applauding you for taking a stand for what you believe. You are bound to have the best bracelet project as long as you put your heart, mind, and spirit to it. If it’s the first time you’re organizing such a project, then here are a few guidelines to keep in mind.


1. Identify your cause

We at YUDA have made it our life’s work to eradicate extreme poverty in developing nations through our bands. Just as we have focused our efforts on a particular cause, we also recommend that you do the same for your project.

Identify the very reason why you want to sell bracelets in the first place. Is it to help the hungry? The homeless in your area? Is it to help educate underprivileged children? Is it to improve the lives of senior citizens in your community?

When you have a unified voice for your cause, the message will resonate much stronger.


2. Build a dedicated team

We won’t be where we are without the help of our dedicated team. Through blood, sweat, and tears, they have stuck with us. That’s why we firmly believe that every service project must be carried out by a team that is willing to go through all the hardships.

The second step is to build a team that is as passionate about your cause as you are, if not more. Here, you can brainstorm ideas and be continuously inspired by one another. Moreover, you can delegate responsibly and tasks better without burning yourself out.

Everyone has a voice. Be sure to give everybody a chance to speak or contribute. After all, there is always a way to be better.


3. Find your partner

When you are working on a large-scale project and making your bracelets would take more time than necessary, then it’s best to find a partner. This partner will make the bracelets for you and customize them the way you want.

There are plenty of suppliers you can find online and in your local area. If you want to work with us at YUDA, you can only sign up on our website. From here, we can deliver the bracelets to your school.


4. Patience, patience, patience

It can and will be a lot of logistics to handle. However, patience is key. Remember why you are doing this. Ask for help and support when you need it.

It may be hard work, but it will surely pay off in the end. Your weeks or months of service will affect someone’s life for the next decade. Keep at it, be dedicated and always remember why you started.