"Save A Turtle" Bracelet

$19.95 $39.90

(Buy One Get One Free)

"Save A Turtle" Bracelet 

The turtles are in need of your help. The unfortunate turtle populations have been severely impacted by the debris buildup in our oceans, killing not only our clean water, but our precious innocent turtles. But because of generous & compassionate people like you and us, we are united, and together we are able to restore the lost habitats that can drastically save our turtles from becoming extinct. 

Made To Wear

Add a touch of coastal vibes to any outfit when you wear our best-selling Handmade Turtle Bracelet

As a treat for yourself, or a gift for a friend, this bracelet with turquoise and multi-color beads and adjustable strap will look great worn, and by wearing you'll help save a turtle!

Why Help?

Slaughtered for their eggs, meat, skin, and shells, sea turtles suffer from poaching and over-exploitation. They also face habitat destruction and accidental capture—known as bycatch—in fishing gear. Nearly all species of sea turtle are now classified as endangered, with three of the seven existing species being critically endangered.

Humans kill an estimated 5,000 turtles a year, if this keeps happening turtles are at risk of extinction. 



Sizing - Sea Turtle And Other Bracelets are Stretchy/One Size Fits Most.

Shipping - Apo Fashion Jewelry should arrive in approximately 7-14 business days if ordering from within the United States. This does not include processing time.

Proceeds - A portion of the proceeds generated from this bracelet will be used to further our mission of saving & protecting turtles.

Recent Donations

"Mote Marine Laboratory is an independent, nonprofit, marine research organization based on City Island in Sarasota, Florida, with additional campuses in eastern Sarasota County, Boca Grande, Florida, and the Florida Keys."

"SEE Turtles protects endangered sea turtles throughout Latin America and the world by supporting community-based conservation efforts. Our Conservation Trips provide unique volunteer opportunities and financial support for conservation efforts."

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