Muchana, a Kansas City accessories company that works with artists in Ecuador, is supporting the earthquake relief effort by donating $2 from each of its bracelets' sales directly to the UNICEF Ecuador Relief Fund.
Bracelets range in price between $3 and $5 and ship for free from its headquarters in Kansas City.
There are two bracelet styles to choose from, including a Kansas City-themed bracelet that features a heart. All bracelets are handmade in Ecuador.
“We put together this donation campaign to do our part in helping with the earthquake relief efforts in Ecuador,” said Katie Garcia, Muchana owner. “The damage on Ecuador is stunning. There are many people without water and power and many people still missing. Our artists support our business by creating beautiful handmade pieces for us and now we want to send the love back to them in Ecuador.”
You can buy one of these bracelets by clicking here.
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