MTV Numbers AIDS Awareness Bracelet (Limited Edition)
Beautiful red string bracelet accentuated by 8mm vermeil hammered disc. This bracelet is handmade for an amazing cause. This nylon cord bracelet has a macrame adjustable pull closure to fits most wrist. Vermeil is a metal made by coating a base of sterling silver with gold that is at least 10 karat and a minimum of 2.5 microns thick.
Buy a limited edition MTV Numbers bracelet to support the cause. Substantially all net proceeds from the sale of this product will be donated to HIV/AIDS.
About the MTV Numbers Campaign
The MTV Numbers Campaign was created to raise awareness of HIV/AIDS by combining powerful statistical facts and some of the most well-known celebrities to drive a direct and impactful message to the young generation. It was built as a reaction to the belief that HIV/AIDS is no longer a deadly disease with grave results. However, the facts still remain that HIV/AIDS is still an on-going illness and the infected demographic is changing.
The Numbers Campaign features Eglantina Zingg, Cynthia Olavarria, Panky Savinon, and Willy Martin, each imprinted with a number that represents an HIV/AIDS statistic. The campaign’s images are to inform others of the impact HIV/AIDS is still having in our world, and that this illness is still deadly.
Number Campaign’s goal is to help inform others of the numbers and encouraging them to make sure they don’t become one.
- 39% of new HIV infections are between the ages of 13 and 29. The largest age group.
- 98% of HIV infections could be prevented using a condom.
- Every 9 1/2 minutes, someone in the US is infected with HIV.
- 34 million people are living with VIH.
About the MTV Staying Alive Campaign
Launched in 1998, Staying Alive is the world's largest multimedia global HIV and AIDS prevention campaign that challenges stigma and discrimination associated with HIV and AIDS as well as empowers young people to protect themselves from infection. The Emmy award-winning campaign consists of documentaries, public service announcements, youth forums and Web content. www.facebook.com/mtvstayingalive