Founded by bag expert Angela&Roi, this special project aims to “deliver hopeful personal messages and positive energy to cancer and disease fighters” by actually writing to them. I’m not talking about the classic mail letters though. Thanks to the Digital Era, this particular initiative encourages everybody to participate no matter where you are in the world. Wait, but how?
Okay, it’s as easy as 1-2-3. You can click here to start saving lives with your positive words. The link will lead you to The Ribbon Project’s Facebook page. Below you will see a couple of photos of the cancer and disease fighters. Upon reading each patient’s profile, you may choose one (1) or all of them to support by writing a ‘get-well-soon’ message through the comment box on the right side of the page.
In addition, a postcard with the story of the patient will be included once you made a purchase at AngelaRoi.com. As soon as you write your message on the postcard, snap a picture of it, and share it on their Facebook page and tag them on Instagram with the following hashtags: #RibbonProject and #AngelaRoi.
Here’s the most exciting part for those who want to give their words of encouragement through Facebook: our wonderful friends from Angela & Roi will hand write the comments/messages and deliver them to the patients under your name. Not only you brightened up someone’s day, you also made a friend!
I have inserted snapshots of these amazing fighters.
I’ve been a supporter of Angela&Roi’s special projects (even if I don’t have any of their fantabulous bags hihi) ever since the online brand was born. Just so you know, Angela&Roi gives back to a number of non-profit organizations through the bags they sold. Also, their products are crafted with high vegan leather because they value the “existence of the animals in this world.” Totally nice, isn’t it?
For more details of The Ribbon Project, you can visit these links: Facebook and Website. A small act can go a long way. If we have time to surf the Internet, then we definitely have the chance to cheer up those who are hurting from cancer and other diseases. Now, who said only The Avengers can save the world?
Photos from Angela&Roi