Fundraising Wristbands for Charities and Awareness
We carry a wide range of fundraising wristbands, from one-time use admissions wristbands to keep track of attendees at fundraisers, to awareness bracelets designed to be worn for months on end. In this collection, you’ll find both types of wristbands for fundraisers and non-profits.
Why Use Wristbands for Fundraising?
An admissions wristband with your event’s logo, message, cause, or theme can boost a guest’s experience, in addition to helping improve security. We carry a range of wristbands to help staff and organizers manage patrons, depending on your type of event. If you need them for a one-day charity event, Tyvek wristbands made from genuine DuPont™ Tyvek® are a popular cost-effective option. For multi-day events, we have many vinyl, plastic, and woven styles that will enhance your fundraiser.
We also carry re-wearable silicone fundraising wristbands designed to help you raise awareness and generate funds for your cause. Unlike one-time use bands, these are designed to be worn for longer periods and can be easily taken off and on. Many people often wear such bands as fashion accessories. For that reason, custom silicone bracelets are the #1 choice for fundraising as they are durable enough to last a long time.
Fundraising and charity wristbands are a proven way to promote awareness as many successful campaigns in the past have sold them to raise funds and awareness. These inexpensive rubber bracelets can become symbols that stick in peoples’ minds, especially when they have a unique design or are attached to a well-thought-out marketing campaign.
Who Can Take Advantage of Fundraising Wristbands?
Many types of organizations, non-profits, and companies can take advantage of fundraising wristbands. In the past we have worked with churches, youth groups, charities, awareness campaigns, and more. Some notable organizations include:
Boy Scouts of America®
American Cancer Society®
Girl Scouts of the USA
The Salvation Army
Our durable rubber bracelets can be used for more than just fundraising. In recent years, couples have started to use them as party favors and souvenirs for weddings, sometimes with the names of the bride and groom on the band along with the date of the wedding. They can also be used to enhance events such as festivals or to commemorate individuals, and businesses can use them as advertising opportunities or corporate events.