ACU Soldier Support Unity Band with OD Green Center Cord, and ACU Inner/Outer Woven Cords with Yellow Support Ribbon Woven In.
This bracelet signifies the unity that must be achieved in order to bring our troops home safe. The cord running down the middle symbolizes our Nation, whom our soldiers protect. The cord woven around resembles the everlasting bond between our brave soldiers overseas and their loved ones back home. The Red Button is so we never forget the brave men and women who have shed their blood for our country and those fighting for the good of generations to come. This bracelet is more than just rope, it is a bond between you and a loving soldier.
HANDS is a movement of young philanthropists that want to change the world. Heeding the King of Pop'
s advice, they're starting with the man (or woman) in the mirror. HANDS members don Unity Bands as symbols of their movement for change. More than a bracelet, the Unity Band is a symbol of people working together toward the common goal of helping others. All proceeds from Unity Band sales go to a cause of HANDS' choosing. HANDS takes none of the money, but a whole lot of good karma. HANDS up, this cause deserves a double high five.
HANDS ensures that their work benefits the local families around their home base of Akron, Ohio. The
y create projects in their community to help those in need. To date, they've raised an average of $1,200 each for various people and causes like Brittany, an 11 year old fighting an inoperable brain tumor, Bill, who is battling colon cancer, Kelly, who is fighting breast cancer, Michelle, who lost everything in her house in a fire, the family of James, a war veteran who passed away from skin cancer, as well as sending care packages to soldiers overseas and donating animal food to the Stark County Humane Society.
HANDS or Helping All In Need Donation Services, is a non profit organization based out of Akron, Ohio. Using 100% of our proceeds to help those in need, we are creating programs to spread positive change and influence. With our exclusive Unity Bands as our main fund raiser, HANDS has raised tens of thousands of dollars to help others in need. Helping causes like melanoma skin cancer, breast cancer, colon cancer, soldiers over seas and many other causes. We are doing our part to spread positive influence. With dreams to spread positive change across the world, HANDS continues to promote peace a
nd unity by helping those in need, every day, in every way.
Right now HANDS is holding our Reward a hero project. All proceeds from Unity Bands and any other donations will supply the Heroes of our nation with care packages. When you send a military member Care packages they are not just a package. Care packages are a taste of home and a symbol to our soldiers that we are thinking of them. When a soldier gets a care package it gives them meaning to be sacrificing so much to serve others and that is what we strive for. We are striving to let our armed servicemen and women know that we love and care about them. That we want them to return home safe, and to let them know we are always thinking about them. Help us reward a hero and send care packages to the men and women who keep us safe. Get your Unity Band and show your support!
Since HANDS is an organization based around helping others in need we wanted to list some of the people we have helped.
-Kelli Hughes fights like a girl everyday against Breast Cancer. HANDS and AM Clothing donated $1000 to help her family in their time of need.
-James Norris was an American hero, he was a US Army veteran and he passed away from Melanoma Skin Cancer. We helped raise $1400 for April Norris and her beautiful daughters. James will never be forgotten.
-BJ Elliot is battling Colon cancer. HANDS donated $1000 to help Bill and his family through their difficult time.
-Brittany Hartman is an 11 yo fighter who was diagnosed with an Inoperable brain tumor. We helped raise $1200 for the family through Unity Bands.
- Michelle Lancaster and family lost their house and everything in it to a fire. HANDS put together some programs and managed to raise $1100.
- Donated $1200 worth of animal products to the Stark County Humane Society to help feed their animals.
- Sent more then 100 care packages to our soldiers over seas with the help from the USO.