Intelligirl Jewelry Maker is donating $1.00 for each "I Love the USA" bracelet kit the company sells now through October 31, 2005 to Homes For Our Troops, an organization that is adapting homes for soldiers returning from Iraq with new disabilities. The "I Love the USA" bracelets, fun, colorful, and easy to make, are offered for sale by Intelligirl Jewelry Maker, a company owned and operated by someone disabled whose heart went out to troops disabled in combat.
Tenafly, NJ (PRWEB) August 10, 2005 -– What would you do if you served your
country in Iraq, became disabled in combat, and returned home to discover your
house couldn't accommodate you?
Intelligirl Jewelry Maker, a do-it-yourself jewelry website run by someone disabled, discovered and leaped at the chance to help Homes for Our Troops, an organization that is adapting homes with everything from wheelchair ramps to new disability friendly kitchens for returning disabled soldiers.
Intelligirl Jewelry Maker is offering a fun, easy-to-make "I Love the USA" bracelet kit for $3.99 and will donate $1.00 per each kit sold to Homes for Our Troops.
At Intelligirl Jewelry Maker, you can design your own jewelry or purchase all sorts of bead-related craft kits. According to Zosia Zaks, the owner, customization is popular these days. “People are growing tired of one-size-fits-all goods, but many are low on time. Now in just a few minutes, you can create a piece of jewelry that is uniquely yours.”
Zosia, who has Asperger Syndrome, a form of High Functioning Autism, had to overcome many obstacles to create Intelligirl Jewelry Maker. It is part of the Intelligirl business plan to hire those with Autism and other disabilities as the company expands.
Concerned about all people with disabilities in general, Zosia was fascinated by the work Homes for Our Troops is doing. Intelligirl Jewelry Maker is hopeful that by spreading the news the company can raise a lot of money to help soldiers who have given so much in the line of duty. Intelligirl Jewelry Maker will be donating to Homes for Our Troops through October 31, 2005.
For further information or to see the "I Love the USA" bracelet kits, visit http://www.intelligirl.com or contact Zosia Zaks at e-mail protected from spam bots. Phone: (646) 256-7479.
Zosia Zaks, President
45 Mayflower Drive
Tenafly, NJ 07670
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Source : http://www.prweb.com/releases/2005/8/prweb270396.htm