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Joslyn Fecik is the founder of Ubuntuu, an ethical jewelry line that sponsors several children at an orphanage in Haiti and provides back to school shoclarships for middle schoolers. Kick back, relax, and have a blast making bracelets that give back in a beautiful way!

In this class you will:

  1. Learn how to make a natural multi-colored seed bead bracelet (many color options available; samples provided for guidance and inspiration).
  2. Be provided with all tools and materials to create your very own bracelet.
  3. Receive one-on-one instruction from Joslyn
  4. Learn briefly about the children Ubuntuu sponsors and where your class contribution is going.

By the end of the class, you will go home with your very own handmade bracelet that you can wear yourself and brag to everyone about how you made it, or give it as a gift!!

The Ubuntuu belief is that if you give love, you can change the world. Come join our little love community and help us make a difference in a precious child’s life! <3 

**A small collection of Ubuntuu merchandise will be available for purchase following the class. 50% from each sale is donated to the orphanage in Haiti. 

Reviews (1)

Magdalena B.
07/17/2017
It was such a pleasure to meet Joslyn! She is so sweet and makes such beautiful bracelets and necklaces for a great cause. Our workshop seemed like just a bunch of friends hanging out and, at the end, we went home with adorable bracelets! I would give more stars if I could :)
5 / 5

About

Joslyn F.
5.00 / 5
I started my jewelry line, Ubuntu, in 2015 after returning from a missions trip to Haiti. I visited an orphanage there and fell in love with the children. Upon returning to the USA I wanted to help sponsor the children as much as I possibly could but I was newly graduated from college and newly married, living in NYC with my husband. We didn't have much extra money but I did have a bunch of beads left over from a longtime jewelry hobby that I'd abandoned. I started with one bracelet and then Ubuntuu was born. Since starting the brand in 2015, we now sponsor 4 children at Gertrude's Orphanage in Port-Au-Prince with hopes of sponsoring more children in 2017. Our monthly donations help to provide clean water, clothing, food, and education for the children at the orphanage.

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