EHS's Spanish Honor Society is running the annual Pulsera Project bracelet table. Pulsera's will be sold at lunch this week through Friday and next week Monday through Wednesday. Only $5 to support young Nicaraguan artisans.
THE PULSERA PROJECT is a non-profit organization that empowers young Nicaraguan artisans through the sale of their colorful hand woven bracelets (“pulseras” in Spanish) in the United States. All proceeds from pulsera sales are then reinvested in different programs in Nicaragua–including scholarships, micro-loans, support for the “Si A La Vida” kids shelter, environmental programs, workers’ rights advocacy, and other educational programs. The Spanish Honor Society will be selling pulseras at lunch time outside of the cafeteria through Friday and next week Monday through Wednesday (12/10 - 12/12). Each pulsera is a completely unique & wearable work of art, and comes tagged with the picture and signature of the young artist who made it. At only $5 a piece, pulseras are super affordable and make for extremely thoughtful and inexpensive gifts for absolutely anyone.