Ten percent of the proceeds of Chainspirations' sales will benefit organizations that promote healthy living.
We are currently supporting:
- YMCA- Whose mission is to put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all.
Paula MacMann presenting Lisa Busekist, of the Edward Jones YMCA, with a support check!
- Trailnet -- a Mid West based non-profit organization with a 20-year history of Promoting Active Living - a way of life that encourages people to integrate physical activity into their daily routines.
Paula MacMann presenting Diane Ludwig, of Trailnet, with a support check!
Chainspirations jewelry can be designed for your organization to use as fundraising items. Contact us with information on colors and products and we will create items for your review and send you a sample. You have the option to order and pay for the items or you may choose to allow pre-sales for items and place your order once you know the quantity desired.
Organizations using Chainspirations' jewelry as Fundraising items:
Alpha Phi Sorority - Columbia, MO
Team Revolution (located in Saint Louis, Missouri) is an organization committed to building a community for women who ride bikes (um, bicycles, yes). We teach, advocate, ride, race, socialize (not necessarily in that order). The club is run by dedicated cyclists interested in sharing a passion for the sport with anyone who will listen and wants to learn.
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) is the world's largest voluntary (nonprofit) health organization dedicated to funding blood cancer research and providing education and patient services.
Art 120 (located in Chattanooga, Tennessee) is a 501(c)3 organization created to provide funding for arts education, an annual free arts event for the public known as an art car parade, and opportunities to connect the public to artists and art within about a 120 minute commute of Chattanooga. Art 120 supports artists, arts related nonprofits, and their communities by providing opportunities designed to foster a better understanding of visual art by the public.
We are moving towards using recycled materials in our packaging. Our display cards are printed on 100% recycled paper.