5 Ways to Brighten the World with Your Rainbow Loom

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If you are reading this, there’s a good chance that you’re just as crazed over making Rainbow Loom bracelets as we are. There’s also a good chance that you are amassing quite a collection. If so, why not use your awesome bracelet making powers to make the world a little brighter?

Here are five ways that you can give back:

1. Donate bracelets to Looms for Love,  a brand new charity that gives bracelets (along with a handwritten note) to seniors in nursing homes, as well as hospitalized kids. You could even start your own chapter. Read all about it here.

2. Sell your bracelets and give the money to a local charity. These kids raised money for a shelter that helps homeless dogs. These children are selling bracelets to raise money to build a clean water well in Sierra Leone. This little girl has teamed up with her church and is raising money for the homeless. Pick a charity that means something to you and loom on!

3. Got a fabulous uncle, or adorable aunt? Is your grandma the best? What about a  special cousin that lives far away? Make their day by sending them one of your bracelets in the mail along with a handwritten note.

4. Buy a Rainbow Loom for someone who can’t afford one. (Or get your parents to!) There are lots of charities out there in search of toys at Christmas time!

5. Share your loom skills with others. If you’ve mastered a new pattern, pass on your knowledge to others. And be patient! Not everyone catches on at the same rate.

Do you know of anyone who has used Rainbow Loom to give back?



15 thoughts on “5 Ways to Brighten the World with Your Rainbow Loom

  1. Caroline says:

    My sister is donating a ton of her bracelets to a nearby hospital! She’s gonna give them to them soon, she has 100!

  2. Benita says:

    This is great but ,I have a royal loom. So it is confusing because I cannot move peices of the template can you post easy videos using royal loom? 😉

    • Joy says:

      There are a ton of designs/tutorials on here that doesn’t require you to move your rainbow loom pegs so it’s great if you have a loom kit where you cannot move things around. I got my kit from the dollar store and only purchased the bands from rainbow loom cuz they are more durable. There are some tutorials I cannot do cuz I cannot move the pegs but thats ok since I can still make a lot of designs. I hope that helps. You don’t need official rainbow loom to do these bracelets.

  3. Lauren says:

    Me and my friends at school had a sale. And all of the money we raised from selling bracelets went to kids in Haiti (sadly that country is very poor) and one of the school secretary’s went and bought paper towels, peanut butter etc. Two lucky kids there actually get to go to a school that gives them hospital care, new clothes, and three meals a day. So thank you Loom Love for making these bracelet designs. You changed many kids lives. 😉

  4. Katy says:

    What is Kosair?

    P.S I have made tons for my friends who haven’t got a loom but I have one????so good though I feeL bad

  5. horsegirl12 says:

    After reading that it just makes me want to give all of my bracelets away!
    I love to help out with things like this so I am definitely in on this!

  6. Emily says:

    You are amazing Emily, and Maddie.
    You guys have just the hearts that everyone needs so I just want to say thank you both! 🙂

  7. Emily says:

    I would love to be able to commit to do stuff to charity like that but I probably wouldn’t make it to the end 🙁

  8. Mindy says:

    I am making a bunch with my friends Maddy, and Emily for a bake sale. The money is going toward a local fire department!

  9. David Walls says:

    My name is David Walls and I’m doing Rainbow loom to and I’m enjoying it I want to start a fundraising how do I start

  10. Julia says:

    I wish that someone could buy me a loom. It looks so interesting to do it with a Rainbow Loom. I have got a bad quality loom and it keeps snapping.

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