Bella Beadz was originally founded as a way to give back to the community, raise awareness and make people smile. We have never lost sight of those principles, and today, charitable work is still the pillar that we build upon. We take great pride in our ability to give back to our community both at home and across the nation. Most recently, we were greatly honored to receive the “Hero’s Award” for outstanding community service for our work with 9-1-1 for Kids and Athletes and Entertainers for Kids sponsored by AT&T, Kathy Ireland and NFL greats Tim Brown and Howie Long.
The official emergency caller training program created by US 9-1-1 communication center officials, emergency medical, fire and law enforcement professionals who were charged with the task of developing educational tools to help reduce the alarmingly high numbers of non-emergency calls made to 9-1-1.
The primary purpose of the organization is to educate and promote emergency preparedness by providing programs and materials that enable children and families to be emergency ready and to recognize those successfully applying emergency education and training.
Bella Beadz is a strong supported for this all volunteer, nonprofit organization based in Byron, Ga, which was created for Becca Martin, a young lady who lost her battle with brain cancer at the age of 28.
Her older sister, 31, is now fighting the same cancer causing syndrome. Their mission has always been to have fun, while raising money for awareness and cancer research for hereditary cancers that affect multiple family members. Love to their mom Katrina Martin.
The General Federation of Women’s Clubs is an international women’s organization dedicated to community improvement by enhancing the lives of others through volunteer service. Bella Beadz provides bracelets through the rainbow foundation which gives back to families in need during the holidays
Bella Beadz supports Art Works Now, which remains committed to teaching art technique, encouraging each student to “see” in their own way, and providing multiple opportunities to explore, express and demonstrate their vision. They offer a “blank canvas” for every student to develop their individual creativity. They provide the tools, techniques, and a great studio space, along with instruction that encourages creative exploration, and peers for encouragement and collaboration.
The MISSION of the OI Foundation is to improve the quality of life for those living with osteogenesis imperfecta (also known as brittle bone disease) through research, education, awareness and mutual support.
Bella Beadz supports the annual fundraiser in Washington DC with it’s donations of bracelets for the silent auction. Bella Beadz has personal friendships with many of the individuals suffering from this painful and difficult disease and because of that, raising awareness for the OI foundation is extremely important to us. Love to Tracy Johnson Mulroy and Kyle Mulroy.
Bella Beadz actively donates bracelets on a monthly basis to local nursing homes for the elderly in both Maryland and New York.
Bella Beadz tries to bring smiles to both patients and staff and St Judes every holiday season with bracelet donations.
Bella Beadz has donated bracelets to many fund raising bazaars at AMC to raise money and continually support their many spiritual programs.
Stacy is a breast cancer survivor who is vigilant in raising money for a cure and Bella Beadz tries to bolster her energy and vision by frequently donating bracelets for her event auctions.
Bella Beadz has donated a special collection of children’s bracelets to Toys for Tots through the New York Chapter sponsored by Nyack Manor Nursing Facility.
After loss of 3 kids to rare brain cancer Erin Mading once said
“It’s a loss no one should ever have to face” and because of this, she has worked tireless to raise awareness.
Erin gave birth to five children in total, but, has now lost three to a rare form of brain cancer, called Constitutional Mismatch Repair Deficiency, or CMMRD. CMMRD is formed through a genetic mutation that occurs in children. Cody, and his younger sister Avery, both passed away at age 17.
The youngest Mading daughter, Isabella, was diagnosed shortly afterwards. She died Saturday, at just 10 year old.
Bella Beadz has become extremely close with Erin Mading and her children, especially Averi and Isabella who passed away from this awful disease. We took so much pride in sending our bracelets and special gifts to these children suffering from such an awful disease. When Averi went to NYC for her Make – A – Wish, she sent pictures of her wearing all of her bracelets. We will continue to brighten the lives of children suffering from any kind of illness.
Pictures of Cody, Averi, and Isabella (Bella) who lost their lives to a genetic cancer. All three of these children were from one family. Love the picture of Averi wearing her Bella Beadz bracelets on her way to NYC for her “Make a Wish” , sadly she died shortly afterwards. Bella Beadz sent boxes of beaded bracelets to both Averi and Bella to try and bring a smile to their faces while they battled such hardships. Our love and prayers goes out to their family every day …. Bella Beadz loves their mom, Erin Mading.
KEEN Greater DC – Baltimore is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization and an affiliate of KEEN USA, headquartered in Washington, DC. KEEN Greater DC – Baltimore’s local Board of Directors is comprised of community leaders, parents and volunteers. Their purpose is to provide skills and expertise to the organization and help to ensure that it remains true to KEEN’s mission of providing free recreational opportunities to children and young adults with disabilities by pairing them with trained volunteers for fun, noncompetitive activities.
>KEEN is modeled on an innovative program established in Oxford, England by Elliott Portnoy, who brought KEEN to the Washington, DC area in 1992. With help from a handful of parents and volunteers, KEEN started as a single program. Now, thanks to tremendous support from thousands of volunteers and supporters from throughout the region, KEEN Greater DC-Baltimore serves hundreds of young people with disabilities and offers a wide range of programs and activities.
BellaBeadz is one of the sponsors providing items for the silent auctions at the Charity Event to raise money and awareness for this great cause
Bella Beadz has donated bracelets for the silent auction of the 19th Annual Donna Hopkins”Hoop It Up for Breast Cancer” Basketball Tournament September 28-30, 2018. Donna Hopkins, the founder, is a two time breast cancer survivor and spends so much of her time educating the public for awareness of this disease through many different charities she continually supports. Bella Beadz is proud to always be a sponsor.
Donna is a sports television personality, she is currently a co-host/reporter on Tony McGee Pro Football Plus on Mid Atlantic Sports Net (MASN), author of Getting to the other side of Victory, Founder/CEO of a non-profit Hopkins Breast Cancer Inc., a public speaker for breast cancer awareness programs, inspirational and motivational speaker, two-time breast cancer survivor and an amputee. She is on a mission to share her triumphant journey and to teach individuals how to reset and tap into the hidden strength we all have the passions and the purposes that drive us to not only win for ourselves but for others.
Donna not only is a two time breast cancer survivor but also lost her leg to a freak medical incident.
Read her book, its very inspiring www.donnajhopkins.com
We at Bella beadz are always thrilled to participate in any of Donna’s Charities.