Hiho Silver has released a new friendship bracelet that will raise money for Spinal Research.
For each bracelet bought, Hiho will donate £7.50 to Spinal Research.
“Spinal Research’s valuable work really came to light, to us, after Claire Lomas completed the London Marathon using a pair of ReWalk robotic legs,” said Emma Warren, director at Hiho Silver.
“We wanted to help the charity and support the amazing work it does.
“So, we put our heads together and created a piece of jewellery that reflects the logo, is lovely to wear and can help raise valuable funds.”
The bracelet is made using tightly woven black cord, sports a Hiho Silver toggle for adjustment and features red coral and hematite beads at the front in a line of five, representing the Spinal Research logo.
“We are delighted that Hiho Silver is supporting Spinal Research. The money raised from the sale of each bracelet will help to make a difference to the 50,000 people in the UK and Ireland who live with paralysis,” said the charity’s Isabel Long.
The Spinal Research Friendship Bracelet is available from the Hiho Silver website and costs £25.
For more information visit: www.hihosilver.co.uk