Hopeful, Humble & Helpful

18 Aug

lokai original

Small bracelets making a big difference

Lokai bracelets contain mud from the Dead Sea, reminding you to stay hopeful at your lowest points, and water from Mount Everest, keeping you humble at your highest. But besides maintaining your balance, the company is also helpful, donating 10 percent of net profits from every bracelet purchased to a variety of deserving charities.

With every new charity comes a new bracelet, designed specifically for the cause it is supporting. Some of these in the past have been:


Pink Lokai benefitting: Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure breast cancer research

Shark Lokai Discovery’s Shark Week benefitting: Oceana

Purple Lokai benefitting: Alzheimer’s Association

Red Lokai benefitting: Save the Children

lokai water blue

lokai: water | charity: water
The newest to this impressive collection is the blue, Water Lokai. For this bracelet, Lokai teamed up with charity: water, a non-profit organization that focusses on bringing clean, safe drinking water to people in developing countries. While working with charity: water, Lokai discovered that a shocking 663 million people in the world live without clean water. Charity: water has been working since 2006 to change that.

Our owners Sarah and Terry heard the founder of charity: water, Scott Harrison, speak at a MyEmma conference in Nashville. They were touched beyond belief about his true story of changing his life by doing something more important for our world. Passionate about providing water for those that so desperately need it, he found passion for his life.

We are so happy that Lokai has partnered with this amazing organization!

Add to your Lokai collection AND make a difference!
Want to know what you can do to help? The Water Lokai bracelets are now available in both Wrapsody stores! Come see us to get yours and $1 of every bracelet purchased will be given to charity: water to help fund sustainable water solutions in areas of greatest need.


Information provided by: mylokai.com & charitywater.org
Pictures retrieved from: mylokai.com

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