Growing Food for AIDS Orphans
World Record Challenge, University of Guelph
Mobile Moms
Grandmothers Raising Chickens
Youth Becoming Beekeepers


Bracelet of Hope is a grassroots organisation that engages Canadian communities to fight against HIV and AIDS in Africa.  Our work is focused on Lesotho, Africa where almost one in four people is infected by the virus. We take a holistic approach to addressing the pandemic by supporting HEALTH, HOMES and JOBS.

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Skate and Donate - 9th Annual Skate and Donate - Raised over $2,000 -thank you!

Sponsored by: The Works Gourmet Burger Bistro, Guelph.

 April 5, 2014


Time:  12:15 - 2:30 Skating, refreshments and raffle in the viewing lounge.

Location:  Exhibition Arena, Guelph, Ontario.

Theme:  Keeping the Olympic Spirit alive! Come wearing your Canadian red & white.

What to bring:  Your friends, family and neighbors; a donation to Bracelet of Hope; your skates; your red & white outfits - your patriotism!

  All  donations made at the Skate and Donate event will help orphans who are being assisted by Bracelet of Hope.






craft items

Bracelet of Hope is at Stone Road Mall on Saturday 8th February and Sunday 9th February.  We'll have all our beautifully handmade jewellery and crafts for sale - just in time for Valentine's Day!  Come find something special for the love of your life and show how much you care.  We'll be at the Mall from open to close. 




A Stage for Sweet Words, Friday 14th February, at Coriander in Downtown Guelph.  This is a chance to speak from the heart, in words or in song, and dedicate it to the object of your affection.  For $5, you will be given 5 minutes to stand and deliver on Coriander's front window stage.  There will be a live audience and you will also be videotaped for posterity.  All proceeds to Bracelet of Hope.  Find more information here.   


Bring on the Sunshine Family Day Festival, Monday 17th February at Forest Hill United Church in Kitchener.  Bracelet of Hope is delighted to again participate in this fun-filled Family Day festival that celebrates African culture, family and community. Find more information here.