"What would you do if you were 1% more courageous?" is the question asked of women and girls by the In Her Shoes Foundation through their leadership workshops and training summits with high school girls.  If you could positively impact your community with just a little more courage than the amount you currently have, what would you do?  


The Empower Bracelet is a fiery red and bold gold beaded, three-strand bracelet that speaks of the ferocity and courage of the young women who are served through this foundation AND of the women artisans in India who hand-crafted each strand.  Empowering these jewelry-makers provides financial independence, educational opportunies, employment stability, and ethical safety in the workplace.  Purchasing this bracelet can be your first step or one of many steps toward courageously impacting communities around the world.


WorldFinds donates 15% of the wholesale price to the In Her Shoes Foundation, which helps women empower women by taking "a stand for girls' freedom of expression, assertion of passion, and pursuit of possibility in every aspect of their lives (inhershoesmvmt.org)." Donations are made based on how many they purchase from their artisans, not product sales. 

Empower - Cause Connection Bracelet

    • Measures .125″ wide; stretches to fit most wrists.
    • Beads are made of glass and a brass/metal mix.
  • Handmade in India by WorldFinds

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