For twenty-five years now, the folks at Until There’s a Cure have been raising awareness and funds to fight for a cure for HIV/AIDS. A national organization dedicated to eradicating HIV/AIDS by funding prevention education, care services, and vaccine development, and to increase public awareness of AIDS, UTAC uses The Bracelet as their primary fundraising tool.
The Bracelet is a symbol to unite people to fight HIV/AIDS by increasing consciousness, compassion, understanding, and responsibility.
It’s also quite a stylish statement of solidarity with PLWHA around the planet!
Tell Me More: To celebrate their twenty-five years of service, UTAC has introduced a 24-Karat Rose Gold edition of The Bracelet. Maintaining the original design, created in 1993 by Isabel Geddes of Florence, Italy, this cuff-style bracelet measures 1/4 inches wide and features a small, raised AIDS ribbon on the outside. The inside is inscribed with “Until There’s A Cure®.” The Bracelet is also available in 24-karat yellow gold, Sterling silver, silver-plated, stainless steel, and a graphite stainless steel.
How Much: The 24-Karat Rose Gold Bracelet sells for $150. UTAC offers other styles of jewelry (Red Ribbon pins, bracelets, earrings, necklaces) in their online store, ranging in price from $5 to $150.
How to Order: Log on to https://store.until.org/ for UTAC’s full catalogue of exclusive, exquisite jewelry.
Who Benefits: All sales benefit Until There’s a Cure. This non-profit organization pours 88 percent of its proceeds into innovative programs which promote HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention education, providing financial support for care and services for those living with AIDS, and supporting and advocating for HIV vaccine development.