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Bracelets of Hope
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Sunday, April 6, 2008 - 7:00 pm

Carrie-Anne with her Bracelets of HopeWhile in Perth, ON last August, I learned about Bracelets of Hope, an initiative to raise the money necessary to build a medical clinic for a Village of Hope in Harare, Zimbabwe — all by selling handmade bracelets. Even more impressive is that the initiative was dreamed up by a ten-year-old.

I met with Carrie-Anne Bauer and her mother, Pamela, in a park in Ottawa last August (2007) and conducted this interview. I’ve been beating myself up for not having released this interview sooner. That was before I received an update from Pamela this past Friday (April 4, 2008) . Her update inspired me to publish the interview now. I think it has more impact this way.

  • Show ID and intro
  • Interview with Carrie-Anne and Pamela Bauer (August 2007)
  • Update on Bracelets of Hope fundraising (April 2008)

Relevant links:

Photo of Carrie-Anne and the Bracelets of Hope provided by Pamela Bauer.

4 Comments »

Comment by KeiferB

April 11, 2008 @ 3:51 pm

Truly one of your best shows, and one that shows that the children of today can and are truly the hope of tomorrow. This was a very touching and moving interview.

Comment by Bracelets

March 18, 2009 @ 3:32 am

It was a great interview, I was supprised when I learned that the initiative was dreamed up by a ten-year-old.

Comment by Cecilia

March 22, 2009 @ 11:48 pm

What beautiful jewelry! Thank you for your sharing.

Comment by Pearl

May 7, 2009 @ 8:42 pm

Great story. It’s something important to spread the word about.

check your link tho; the bracelet of hope url has a typo, or has been squatted on by someone.

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