A beautiful cuff, the cause of your choice and the opportunity to make a difference. That’s the simple idea behind Cuffs for a Cause. Founded by Daniel Naaman, the New York-based entrepreneur was inspired by his mom who is a breast cancer survivor.
He told us, “the inspiration behind Cuffs for a Cause came from my mother, a strong woman who battled through breast cancer one obstacle at a time and always kept her head high. At the time of her sickness, I felt helpless, unable to really help as much as I wanted to. So, I decided to use this charitable retail opportunity to create a lifestyle and community behind helping others in need.”
Cuffs are available in gold, rose gold, silver or matte black and when a purchase is made, customers can choose to support clean water, hunger, cancer, autism or anti-bullying.
The brand’s website shows weekly updates and is looking to reach the $40,000 goal in order to develop more products market the company and make an impact.
Learn more at Cuffs for A Cause.
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