Strength Morse Code Bracelet
Handcrafted by survivor artisans in Thailand who have been rescued from human trafficking.
This unique bracelet spells STRENGTH in Morse code. It's a trendy, playful accessory that is perfect for layering or stacking.
Through wearing Ethic Goods, you become a meaningful part of the women survivor employed, and help give freedom to women around the world.
Like our artisans, we want our lives to be defined by our potential, our capabilities, the best version of us. Not our fears or our losses.
- Length - 7.75" | Stretches to 8.
- Made with semi-precious stones, glass beads, elastic, and love
Shipping & Returns
We currently ship to the contiguous United States and Alaska.
- $7 flat rate shipping
- Free shipping on orders over $70
Due to the handmade nature of our products, orders typically ship 3-5 business days. Orders are processed Monday-Friday. Tracking will be emailed upon shipment.
We offer a 30 day return window for product purchased from ThistleFarms.org, The Shop At Thistle Farms or at an official Thistle Farms pop-up event. A pre-paid shipping label will be provided and the $7 shipping cost dedicated from the refund. For exchanges, please process a return and re-order the item you wish to receive.
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Filter Reviews:MN01/24/2020Melanie N.United States
Gift for a friend who wishes to work with victims of human trafficking. She loved it!MB01/15/2020Marcy B.United States
Could be made better
Just beads on elastic band. I guess I was expecting a nicer bracelet01/17/2020Thistle Farms
Thanks for your feedback Marcy! Reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to return or exchange it!AD01/15/2020Ann D.United States
Great mission , Great product
I bought 3 Morse Code “hope” bracelets , one for me and one for each of my two besties. I appreciate the uniqueness of these bracelets. I will be ordering again from Thistle Farms.JC01/02/2020John C.United States
Great gift from a great companyE12/30/2019Elaine .United States
Bought for myself and I love it.
Meet the Artisans
Demographic of Artisans: Survivors of Human Trafficking