Wearing a bracelet is more than just a fashion statement. Nowadays, it embodies what one stands for. Starting your own SNHS bracelet project is one way for you to show solidarity for a cause you believe in.

Examples of SNHS bracelet projects

There are plenty of bracelet projects that exist throughout the world. For example, the Bracelet Project, a subsidiary of Wear Your Label founded by a young, brilliant teenager by the name of Kayle. The brand unites supporters, victims, fighters and survivors with each color symbolizing a mental health challenge. 10% of the profits fund the brand’s cause.

We at the Yuda Bands Project, have also harnessed the power of wearable statement in the form of hand-crafted bracelets. We are on a mission to eradicate extreme poverty by teaming up with schools all over the country. One Yuda Band can open many doors of opportunities to the poverty-stricken countries of Guatemala, and more.

Your SNHS bracelet project can be implemented through joining our own cause here at the Yuda Bands or others. You can also start your own.

Your SNHS bracelet project

It can be challenging at first. However, initiating your own bracelet project is rewarding. Not only do you get to further your cause. You also get to meet new people, work with like-minded students and even experience many things unique and fruitful. This single project can help you realize your full potential and unlock your life’s passion.

Here are a few tips to help you get started with your SNHS bracelet project.


  1. Target a single cause

We all want to accomplish a lot. However, it’s best to start small and focus your energy on a single cause first. Would you like to raise awareness about a rare disease? Do you want to help the less fortunate in your area?

Whichever you end up choosing, be sure to concentrate on it. Expanding comes after. Otherwise, you might feel more overwhelmed then discouraged.


  1. Work with like-minded people

It’s great to have a team who feel as passionate as you do towards your cause. Anticipate that it will be a lot of work from here on out. So it’s best to be with supportive, hardworking and dedicated people.

You can start by asking your friends who are also members of SNHS. From here, you can begin to recruit others who are both interested and useful.


  1. Get the word out

Another tip to further your SNHS bracelet project is to get a lot of buzz. Whether it’s through social media, word of mouth or even your school newsletter, find a way for more people to learn about your project. This creates the hype you need for the public to know what you’re doing.

You can also get in touch with local news stations. Find a reporter or journalist whom you believe will be personally interested in sharing your story. Prepare a short yet cohesive press release for them as well.


Starting your own SNHS bracelet project will come with difficulties. However, it will be one of the most rewarding experiences you will ever have. We wish you the best of luck!