iHeart Change is our way of creating awareness and supporting the 6 causes that drive the heart of Hearts. The 6 world causes we support are:
This campaign is a way for you to help support organizations that are proactively working toward solutions. Through our bracelets, you are able to wear your support and spread awareness for the cause's closest to your heart. In addition to your selected cause we have also partnered with the SHINE Project
in the production of these pieces, which employs at risk
youth so they can pay their way through college. Its good karma points for everyone! Stack your bracelets, mix them up, or give one away as a gift. Whatever you choose to do with your bracelet, you have already chosen to do good, and in our opinion what else matters? Learn more about the SHINE project
The Eden Projects is an organization that works to employ villagers in Ethiopia, Madagascar, and Haiti to plant millions of seedlings that grow into healthy forests each year. They recognize that environmental destruction through deforestation is a major cause of extreme poverty in third world nations, and is one of the main reasons behind the climate crisis. To combat this, they have found a way to address climate change while involving people directly affected from deforestation.
Fund Environmental Sustainability, Change the Climate Crisis
Quality of Life in a Community
Generosity Water is a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to ending the clean water crisis in developing countries, one community at a time. By embracing creativity, forming strategic partnerships, and providing in-depth accountability, Generosity Water hopes to inspire people to think globally and live generously. Through iHeart Change you are fundraising for Generosity Water's continued water projects.
Fund Quality of Life in a Community, Change Poverty
International Lifeline Fund
International Lifeline Fund's mission is to bring clean water and fuel-efficient stoves to displaced and impoverished communities in Sub-Saharan Africa and Haiti. To do this, they implement cost-effective technologies and self-sustaining interventions that give those in need the tools to lift themselves out of poverty and become more productive citizens.
Fund Human Rights, Change Communities
Chile to Kili
Chile to Kili is an ambitious project conceived by a 25-year old Tanzanian, Elvis Munis. Elvis has volunteered to bicycle around the world in an effort to raise money for 10 scholarships for fellow conservation students in his country. One of the major conservation problems he has identified in his country is the lack of opportunity for Tanzanians to obtain the education necessary to manage their own natural resources. Chile to Kili is a journey over 28,000 Miles, that will take over 2 Years and bring Elvis though 47 countries.
His journey will provide insight into the human spirit, cultural experiences, language exchanges and most importantly inner value and strength.
Fund Cultural Awareness, Change Perspective and Self-Worth