The Born Positive Trust

Handcrafted Bead Bracelets

Alzira and husband making the first Born Positive bracelet

Alzira and husband making the first Born Positive bracelet

Introducing Born Positive Beaded Bracelets…

We are very excited to be finally launching our first sustainable income generation project! Mama Alzira and her husband Abrahamo adopted their orphaned niece and nephew, Jacinto and Annabella, almost a year ago. We have been conducting regular home visits to the family to check on their progress and we are thrilled with the developments.

We have been in discussion with Alzira and Abrahamo over the last few months to get them started on a small business venture, hand crafting commissioned Born Positive beaded bracelets for us. The aim is to uplift their financial situation and encourage eventual independence from our monetary support.

After placing an order, Alzira and her husband will handcraft the stock. Each bracelet will be purchased by us for an agreed price of 25 meticals (50p). The bracelets will be up for sale in the UK initially for £1.50 each. The profits from every bracelet sold will go directly back into our charity and will be used to reach more vulnerable families who are caring for orphan children.

Born Positive Bracelets

Born Positive Bracelets

How to buy a bracelet?

Alzira’s bracelets will initially be available through our UK representatives: Vicky Parker in Aberdeen, Luke Fellone in London, Rosie Johnson in Nottingham, and Annie Harewood in Surrey. They will also be available at any events. Please contact us via email to organise the best way to buy yours!

If you would like to purchase an order of bracelets and help us to distribute them, please don’t hesitate to get intouch. The more places we can stock them, the more we can buy from Alzira and the more we will raise for our children and families.


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