Please note I received my 100 good deeds bracelet, complimentary, in exchange for sharing and encouraging others to also participate! I was so excited when I got my 100 good deeds bracelet. I think the idea behind this campaign is fantastic. My boys and I are already trying very hard to do good deeds as often as we can! You too can become a part of the 100 Good Deeds movement! Simply send a tweet sharing a good deed someone else has done for you, mention @The1GDbracelet, use hashtag #1GD and include the link to my blog post. 15 lucky readers across the entire campaign will be chosen at random and will be contacted to receive their very own 100 Good Deeds bracelet!
Because it opens us to see!
The need for compassion and to hear the call for kindness. Here are some quick facts about the 100 Good Deeds Bracelet.
Because YOU can change the world!
One deed. One Bead. One act of kindness at a time.
- The story of the 1GD movement: Mary Fisher has just released her memoir, Messenger, a story of discovering joy in service, when she met Thomas Morgan, a filmmaker and father who created the 100Good Deeds game with his family. Thomas shared the game with Mary who responded by creating the 100 Good Deeds bracelet. The bracelet is both a call to do good deeds and a strategy to empower women.
- The rules of the 1GD ‘game‘: A ‘good deed’ means we’ve gone out of our way to help someone and it only counts if the deed remains anonymous.
- What makes these bracelets so special?: They are part of an international movement for positive change. The bracelet, which comes in a variety of colors, is both a call to do good deeds and a strategy to empower women.
- How it’s made: These bracelets are handcrafted from fine, braided nylon and glass beads and they remind you to assist others in need.
- How to wear it: Wrap the 1GD bracelet around your wrist three times and adjust the length for comfort by sliding the knot along the cord. Each time you do a good deed move the rubber ring one bead closer toward the 1GD button. This button represents the completion of 100 good deeds. The bracelet remains a constant, steady reminder to do good altruistically.
Because work gives dignity and FREEDOM!
The purchase of each bracelet employs ONE vulnerable WOMAN.