Pulsera Sale

Pulsera Sale
Who– Spanish Honor Society
What- “Pulsera” is the Spanish word for “bracelet.”  The pulseras are made by nearly 200 artists in Nicaragua and Guatemala as a way to support themselves and their communities through the Pulsera Project, which is a Fair Trade Non-Profit organization that partners with U.S. schools to empower artists in Central America. 100% of sales returns to the project.
When– January 22- February 1, during all lunches
Where– JCHS cafeteria
Why– To help employ the artists with high-paying jobs while also funding scholarships, youth shelters, secondary education programs, environmental programs, human rights initiatives, workers rights initiatives, and much more.
How much– Each pulsera is a one-of-a-kind work of art and costs only $5! Leather pulseras are $7, and handwoven bags are also available for $10 each.
Come support this cause and get a beautiful bracelet to color your wrist!

More information can be found at:

You can learn more about the Pulsera Project by watching their “Color the World” short film at: http://www.pulseraproject.org/colortheworld