If you buy this Kendra Scott friendship bracelet, 50% of proceeds will go to food banks across America
If you’re looking for a way to treat your bestie while you’re practicing social distancing, you can do that while giving back to those in need amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Jewelry brand Kendra Scott is donating 50% of the proceeds from its Everlyne Friendship Bracelet directly to Feeding America’s COVID-19 Response Fund. We can’t think of a better reason to shop for the special people in your life right now.
Brand founder and CEO Kendra Scott announced on Instagram that she’d be temporarily closing her retail locations to protect her employees and shoppers. But, while keeping her online site running, she said she also wanted to support local communities. Now, the brand is donating 50% of the bracelet’s proceeds as well as 500,000 meals that will go directly to children across the country.
Feeding America is working with local food banks across the country by establishing a $2.65 million fund. The fund will “enable food banks to secure the resources they need to serve the most vulnerable members of the community during this difficult time.”
Seems like buying this friendship bracelet is a win-win. So, if you want, grab one for your BFF, and get one for yourself, too.
The bracelet comes in six colorways and gem versions: rose quartz, ivory mother-of-pearl, abalone shell, bronzed veined turquoise, dichroic glass, and multicolor mix. And each 14-carat gold bracelet has a braided cord, medallion accent, and two tassels. They bracelets are perfect for stacking or wearing alone.
Shop the Kendra Scott Everlyn Friendship bracelet in whatever style best suits you (or your friends):
If you buy one, you’ll be in good company. This celeb-loved brand has many famous fans. Plenty of your faves—including Zendaya, Blake Lively, Simone Biles, Taylor Swift, Bella Hadid, Kelly Rowland, and Lucy Hale—have been spotted wearing Kendra Scott baubles on the red carpet and on Instagram. So you can truly be twinning with Taylor when you sport this friendship bracelet.
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