This triple wrap bracelet is on trend, invoking that casual California state of mind. Yes, it looks good but the creation of this bracelet keeps families together and also leads to independence through employment, dignity through worth and freedom through identity. Made with ethically-sourced wax cord and leather cords and beads handmade in Haiti, each bracelet comes with a signature bird charm.
Sizes: Men's: 24.5" (fits a wrist up to 8.5")
Women's Small also Available: 19.5" long (fits a wrist up to 6")
Women's Medium also Available: 21.5" long (fits a wrist 6.5" to 7.5")
Women's Large also Available: 22.5" (fits a wrist 7.5" to 8")
*When measuring the circumference of your wrist, please ensure that the measuring tape sits comfortably on your wrist. If you measure it too snugly, your bracelet may be uncomfortable.
The Story: Little by Little began in the fall of 2013 with a desire to open a sustainable business that would empower parents to provide for their own children. In Haiti, abject poverty causes many parents to relinquish their parental rights to local orphanages. It is estimated that up to 80% of children living in orphanages in Haiti have living family. Little by Little was born with a desire to create a sustainable solution to the poverty that engulfs the Haitian people. Little by Little believes that children belong in families. They believe that when parents are offered the chance to provide for their children, the likelihood that their children will enter orphanages significantly decreases. Little by Little employs parents of children who are at risk of relinquishing their rights to local orphanages as a means of keeping families together. This is what they call orphan prevention and this is how they are keeping families together.
Through education, opportunity and employment they seek to break the cycle of poverty. With a living wage, families can provide food, shelter, clothing and schooling for their children. Being able to to provide for their families through job opportunities creates independence, dignity and freedom.