Nov
15

31 Bits

Consumerism that gives back and makes you feel good? Yes! Kallie Dovel founded 31 Bits after a visit to Uganda when she was inspired to help talented women market their jewelry. She brought three friends on board to help and they began purchasing goods from six women every month. Now they’re up to 99 women and a fantastic online marketplace full of beaded jewelry that’s made from recycled paper. You can read more about what they’re doing in Uganda right here. Beautiful pieces for a beautiful cause.

5 Comments on “31 Bits”

  • adele

    I saw some fabulous jewellery when I went to Kenya. Love that they are supporting the women in Uganda xoxo
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    11-15-11 » 11:51 am »

  • Heidi blogging at Stationery Scoop

    I adore recycled paper beads from Uganda. I received a necklace last Christmas that has become one of my go-to pieces. It’s also a great conversation starter! ~Heidi

    11-15-11 » 3:45 pm »

  • Danielle

    Saw this on E! news this morning, Guiliana Rancic was wear one of the necklaces!

    11-15-11 » 7:53 pm »

  • Carolyn

    One of my best friends and her husband are currently living in Gulu, Uganda for a year working for 31 Bits. It is truly an incredible company and they are focused on helping the women financially, spiritually, and really in any other way possible in order to have the most positive impact on their lives, as well as their families. I usually sport some kind of Bits everyday and always get compliments on them, a great way to spread the word about a great cause! Love love LOVE that you featured them on here. -Carolyn, Seattle, WA

    11-15-11 » 9:53 pm »

  • Cristina

    These are beautiful and have an equally beautiful story. I love that those beads are made of paper!

    I am doing a bracelet giveaway on my blog and would love it if you checked it out. I always love your selections and think mine might be up your alley. I hope that’s not to cocky!

    http://mostlyclothes-cristina.blogspot.com/

    11-16-11 » 1:40 am »

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