Live Worldly donates a portion of the proceeds from all sales to global charities. Read about some of them here.

Live Brazilian Brazilet bracelets & keychains, Intention bracelets, Decenarios, Sorte Necklaces, Melissa Shoes

A 200 year-old tradition from mystical Bahia, Brazil, “Brazilets” are worn throughout Latin America and provide a spiritual significance for all who wear them. Wrap Brazilets around your wrist and tie three knots, making a wish with each knot. When your Brazilets naturally break down and fall off, it is believed that your three wishes will come true!

Brazilets is committed to the environment and supports the Plant A Billion Trees project that sees a tree planted in Brazil’s Atlantic rainforest. As its name suggests, over the next seven years this Nature Conservancy project aims to plant one billion trees! With Brazilets, you now have a colourful, attractive way to proclaim your wishes while also making a real contribution to future generations.

Live Swedish Bracelets

Aboriginal Sami artisans reside near the Arctic Circle in northern Sweden. Sami People with a 10,000 year old history live in Norway, Sweden, Finland, and the Kola Peninsula in Russia and lived on the land before the rest of the Scandinavians arrived. There are 17,000 Sami (formerly called Laplanders) in Sweden today. Approximately 3,000 own herds, sometimes with thousands of domesticated reindeer (caribou), and reindeer husbandry is their livelihood. Only Sami can own reindeer in Sweden so we support the small indigenous Sami People by buying products made of traditional Sami materials like reindeer leather and reindeer antler. Their unique craft items are admired and sought after worldwide.

Live Turkish Necklaces, charms, bracelets

A portion of the proceeds are donated to the Nature Conservancy to help protect the wildlife in Turkey.

Live Philippines Necklaces

A portion of proceeds will be donated to plant a billion trees.

Live Indian Bracelets

These authentic Indian cuff bracelets and spools (for making multiple bracelets) are worn for luck. You create each cuff bracelet by wrapping the string around your wrist 10 times and then tying 2 knots. Make a wish with each knot and when the cuff starts to fade and unravel your wishes come true!

A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this Love in India Cuff will be donated to Water for People. This initiative helps bring fresh water to those in need worldwide.

Live Argentine Coin Necklaces, Coin Rings

A portion of proceeds goes to the Nature Conservancy to protect Argentina’s grasslands. The Conservancy brings decades of sustainable ranching and land management experience to Argentina. The Conservancy and partners are working to preserve 40 million acres.
Live Canadian Spirit Necklaces, Pocket Spirits

A portion of proceeds go to the Nature Conservancy to protect 1.4 billion acres of wild frontier forest and indigenous lands in Canada. Using a 50/50 vision, the Conservancy and partners are working to protect 50% of the entire Canadian Boreal Forest in a network of large, interconnected areas, while establishing sustainable use and good stewardship across the remaining 50%.

Live African Bags, Necklaces

All products are from tribes and support education, health, and food. A portion of the proceeds are donated to Water For People.

Live Chinese Pearls, Bracelets, Rings

A portion of the proceeds are donated to the Nature Conservancy to protect the panda bear.

Live Guatemalan Skirts, Scarves

A portion of all proceeds will be donated to local schools in the heart of Guatemala from where these skirts are being loomed.

Live Mexican Rings

A portion of the proceeds will be donated to an English program at a local school in the state of Guerrero. Wear the Amber Ring for protection.
Live Tahitian Necklaces

A portion of the proceeds are donated to preserving our oceans through the Surfrider Foundation.

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