With a population of around 2.5 million, New York City has the third highest number of charitable bracelets distributed to its residents.
While they’re only sold in the boroughs of Manhattan and Brooklyn, these bracelets are being sold at a wide variety of businesses throughout the city.
Here are the best charities bracelets for New Yorkers to donate your money to.
Charity Water: $15 for every day of the month for 10 days, or $200 donation each month for a year.
Charity Water is a local nonprofit, founded in 1998 by the late philanthropist, George Clooney, and now has more than 8,000 branches across the U.S. The charity water bracelet is sold at numerous stores and food trucks, and it’s available in several colors, including black, red, green and white.
The nonprofit also sells its bracelets online.
If you don’t know how to make a donation, donate to Charity Water’s website.
Chazen’s: $10 donation for every year donated.
Chazaen’s is a charitable organization, founded by Chaz Enos in 1995.
It offers a variety of programs and programs to help people in the community, including giving away donated food to local food pantries and donating toys and crafts to local toy stores.
ChAZEN’s bracelets can be purchased online and are available in a wide array of colors, from black, to orange and even yellow.
For more information on donating to the organization, visit chazens.org.
Charity Carpet: $30 for a single year.
The Charity Carp is a nonprofit that is dedicated to promoting positive environmental stewardship and responsible commerce through its charity programs.
The organization’s primary mission is to raise awareness about sustainable business practices through community outreach and education through the annual charity auction.
The Foundation for a Clean, Healthy Planet has donated over $40 million to the charity, including $5 million to raise funds to support their programs and support their community partners.
Charity Jewelry: $5 for every birthday gift.
The charities jewelry is an incredible gift for every person, and there are many types of gift bracelets available, ranging from $5 to $50 each.
They can be worn on the wrist, on a ring, or on an amulet.
The jewelry is also available online.
For a donation to the charities jewelry program, visit charityjewelry.org or call 646-444-8283.
Dental Relief: $25 for each year donated, or an extra $15 donation for each additional year donated to the dental program.
The Dental Recovery Foundation provides emergency dental care to the low-income, homeless, and medically underserved communities of the U,C.
They are a national, nonprofit organization, and the donation helps them provide the highest quality dental care for people who need it most.
For their dental relief program, you can donate to the Dental Rehabilitation Foundation by clicking here.
If a dental clinic or hospital in your area doesn’t provide adequate dental care, you may be eligible for financial assistance from the DRA, which is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.
The dental program can be a good option if you need urgent care or need help getting your dental care fixed.
You can find more information at dentalrecovery.org, call 626-822-1233 or visit denturerecovers.org for more information.
Dumpster Diving: $7 for every dumpster that you donate.
The dumpster diving charity, Dumpsters for Kids, has been operating for over 20 years and helps dumpsters that are donated to them, with a minimum donation of $7 per dumpster.
For donation details, visit dumpstersforkids.org Dumpers for Kids also offers discounted gift certificates, which are also available on the Dumpstoppers website.
Divers have to be certified as professional divers and have a minimum of 20 years of experience.
For donations to the donation program, click here.
Firefighters: $2 donation for a fireman’s jacket.
Firefighting jackets are one of the most important parts of any fire rescue, and if you donate your jacket, you will help us save lives.
Every year, the Fire Rescue Association of New York (FRANY) and the National Association of Firefighters (NAFF) help save hundreds of lives and millions of dollars in property damage from fires and other natural disasters in New Yorkers communities.
For those of you who are interested in donating your jacket for a donation of a minimum amount, click the link below.
For other donation options, check out the FRANY website.
For your first donation, click on the link.
For every additional donation, a separate donation is made for each individual donation.
For example, if you give $2 for each firefighter’s jacket, then you will donate $2.50 to the FREAKIN Fire Rescue Foundation. If