July 14, 2022
H.E.L.P. Bracelets by T. Jazelle will benefit World Central Kitchen

Gift for Life announced that H.E.L.P. by T. Jazelle will debut an exclusive, custom-designed bracelet benefitting World Central Kitchen (WCK). The bracelet, which is the latest in T. Jazelle’s successful Give Back Collection, will raise funds for local and national charities, and will be available through the Kimberly Wahlberg showroom (Atlanta Market, July 12-18, showroom 1735) and Anne McGilvray & Company (Las Vegas Market, July 24-28, and Minneapolis Mart, July 29-Aug. 2).

HELP Bracelet benefits WCK


“We are humbled by the creative ways our vendor partners have raised funds for hunger relief,” said Cole Daugherty, Gift for Life Chair. “This new bracelet from H.E.L.P. by T. Jazelle is a perfect example of the ways in which a custom product can make a significant impact on fundraising.”

Available in six colors with 6mm beads, the H.E.L.P bracelet features a stainless-steel charm, which says “Feed the Hungry. Feel the Good.” Each bracelet also includes a custom card with the Gift for Life and World Central Kitchen logos.

“Our Give Back Collection has been a staple to my company’s collections,” said Tiffany Narbonne, founder of T. Jazelle. “In the past, we have worked with organizations such as the Humane Society of the United States, National Research Center for Cancer, and of course, our largest charity partner, Global Giving to whom we’ve donated over $160,000.  We are so pleased to work with Gift for Life to add World Central Kitchen to the list of organizations our bracelets support.”

Sold to retailers as a pre-pack for $450, which includes a free display with 30 bracelets (5 each of the six color options), H.E.L.P. by T. Jazelle will donate $150 for each pre-pack and $5 for each bracelet sold at wholesale.

Narbonne started her company, T. Jazelle 10 years ago with the core principle of you not only can look good with fashionable jewelry, but also it can help make you feel good too. With this principle, Narbonne embeds all her designs with a deeper meaning each wearer can connect to for them to find a form of positivity in every design. She considers these meanings to be equally important to the physical design of her jewelry and spends a great deal of time researching, developing, and finalizing her meanings. For more information about T. Jazelle, visit

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