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 100 Good Deeds | SEDONA

HOW IT BEGAN

Mary Fisher—artist, author, advocate—spent a decade partnering with vulnerable women in Africa, designing jewelry made by the women
to earn a dignified livelihood.

She had just released her memoir, Messenger, a story of discovering joy in service, when she met Thomas Morgan, filmmaker and father,
who created the 100 Good Deeds game with his family.

The rules of the game:
A “good deed” means we’ve gone out of our way to help someone and only counts if
the deed remains anonymous.

Thomas shared the game
with Mary who responded by creating the 100 Good Deeds bracelet. The bracelet is both
a call to do good deeds and a strategy to empower women.

Thomas' game and Mary’s bracelet have together launched a worldwide 100 Good Deeds movement.

HOW IT'S MADE

The 1GD bracelet is carefully hand-braided
 from a fine nylon thread using a lucet tool.

share a good deed story with us anonymously!
how to wear it

Wrap the 1GD bracelet around your wrist three times and adjust the length for comfort by sliding the knot along the cord. Each time you do a good deed move the rubber ring one bead closer toward the 1GD button.

100 good deeds and the 1gd logo are trademarks of abataka foundation, inc. © 2014 abataka foundation, inc. all rights reserved

The braided cord is then strung with one hundred unique glass beads and a single rubber ring.

HOW TO WEAR IT

Wrap the 1GD bracelet around your wrist three times and adjust the length for comfort by sliding the knot along the cord.
Each time you do a good deed move the rubber ring one bead closer toward the 1GD button.

 

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