Every year we gift many Wish Bracelets to people young and old, to individuals, groups and organizations. This is our way of spreading good vibes through acts of kindness 🙂
Wish Bracelets Donations
Schools / Organizations that received gifts of Wish Bracelets…
This is a list of schools that received gifts of Wish Bracelets so far:
- Capilano 220
- Fulton 220
- McCalley 220
- Spruce Avenue 270
- D.S. Mackenzie 120
- Mckernan 120
- Riverbend 170
- Sister Annata Brockman 180
- Winterburn 180
- Louise St. Laurent 260
- Neil M. Ross 530
- Tempo 600
- Fort McMurray 400
Wish Bracelets Foundation has also made the following donations:
- Stollery Childrens Hospital Foundation$780
- Breakfast for Learning $100
- Boys and Girls Clubs $110
- Lung Association of Alberta $120
Amazon Gift Imports, through the sale of Wish Bracelets have also made the following donations:
We, at The Old Strathcona Youth Society sincerely appreciate your inspirational Wish Bracelets and in particular your graceful presence, positive message and energy that you gifted our youth, staff, students, and volunteers with. To adorn each one of us with a Wish Bracelet and encouraged our youth in their journey instilling hope for their wishes and desires to manifest. With deep gratitude, ~ Jaya Chauhan, Program Coordinator
Planting trees is healthy for our environment and also for the people that plant them. It is especially healthy for youth having a hands-on contribution to better their world.
For the past four years a group of us plan a tree-planting event with over 3,800 trees planted by groups of 60-100 people participating. Of this group, at least a third of the participants were youth.
Commemorative Peace Tree
A commemorative tree for Peace was planted in close proximity to the Monument Peace Dove situated above the Mutart Conservatory in Edmonton. A brass plate has been placed beside the tree naming it ‘Peace Tree,’ and subtitled ‘for all that passes by’. It will be visible by those travelling the new LRT line along Connors Road behind the Mutart Conservatory.
It was Avau Fast that inspired me to plant the Peace Tree. For many years this senior has been very active in the Edmonton community helping other people through organisations that have the same focus for community. Avau grew up in the shadows of Mahatma Gandhi who was Godfather to her mother. Although Avau did not know Gandi directly, his influence was passed down through her parents and grandparents and Gandi’s innate desire to cultivate peace and well-being has been deeply ingrained within Avau’s very existence.
Follow your dreams and inspire others along the way. This will lead to many meaningful relationships and experiences. ~ Author Unknown