Eradicate World Hunger One Plumpy’Nut Bracelet at a time - Estella

Eradicate World Hunger One Plumpy’Nut Bracelet at a time

October 15, 2008

plumpy nut bracelet action against hunger

For every purchase made at Estella this Fall, a Plumpy’nut Packet is given to a child in need. Plumpy’nut is a prepackaged, easy to administer peanut butter based concoction that helps severely malnourished children recover from starvation. Our very own Plumpy’nut bracelet furthers this cause as all profits, in conjunction with Action Against Hunger, go directly towards purchasing the treatment. The leather bracelet is adorned with a sterling silver charm and is designed by Regalia Silver & Estella. Great as a mom’s gift or for older children as the leather strap is adjustable. The bracelet is made in the USA and donated at cost to this cause by www.regaliasilver.com.






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