Everybody deserves clean water, which is why Audien has partnered with us in making this charity bracelet. Proceeds from this bracelet benefit the Greater Good Fund. The Greater Good Fund is a pool of all the money raised from Electric Family sales which is evenly distributed to our Greater Good partner charities on a quarterly basis.
• $1 donated for every bracelet sold
• Hand-braided elastic Nylon Tricot weave
• Engraved clasp with water-resistant, eco & skin friendly coating
• One-size-fits-all: expandable from 1.75 to 5.5 inch diameter
• Lifetime warranty: Breaks or tarnishes, we'll replace it for free*
• You will earn FAM points for this item ($1 = 10 FAM points)
*Item must fall under warranty guideline found here
USPS First-Class: 5-7 Business Days
FedEx Home Delivery: 1-4 Business Days
FedEx INTL Priority 2-4 Days
DHL Global Mail: 14-21 Business Days (could take up to 3-4 weeks for certain countries)
Don't love your purchase? No worries, we'll cover the return shipping cost! Items purchased directly from our website may be returned within 30 days from the date of shipment for a full refund to the original form of payment or a store credit for the full price of the item(s).
I love audien and love repping this
The bracelets came pretty quickly and they’re all such good quality! Definitely will but again!
I ordered on Nov 7 and it said 5 to 7 days. But it's the 22nd and still no where to be found. That said, I know y'all were moving and I had a bracelet break within 30 days before and you were quick to replace it. So all good, I'm sure it'll be great when it gets here! 😊
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OVER $315,000 RAISED
The Greater Good Fund is a pool of all the money raised from Electric Family sales which is evenly distributed to our Greater Good partner charities on a quarterly basis. We have carefully researched and vetted all of our charity partners to ensure the money that we donate is being used transparently and effectively. Our Greater Good Partner Charities are:
Pencils of Promise
Breast Cancer Research Foundation
Johns Hopkins University