Joseph Nogucci “Rainbow Pride” Bracelet Benefits It Gets Better ™ Project

LGBT supporters share their gay pride wearing designer jewelry by Joseph Nogucci.

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Joseph Nogucci will donate 10 percent of its proceeds from the sale of the Rainbow Pride bracelet to the It Gets Better ™ Project.

Joseph Nogucci will donate 10 percent of its proceeds from the sale of the Rainbow Pride bracelet to the It Gets Better ™ Project.

'Wearers of the Rainbow Pride bracelet help further the message behind It Gets Better ™ with a visual reminder of tolerance, support and hope,' said Luca Daniel of Joseph Nogucci.

Toronto (PRWEB) March 18, 2014

In a show of support for the National Day of Silence on April 11, 2014, Joseph Nogucci will donate 10 percent of its proceeds from the sale of the designer jewelry piece titled the Rainbow Pride bracelet to the It Gets Better ™ Project. The National Day of Silence is a day of action in which students across the country vow to take a form of silence to call attention to the silencing effect of anti-LGBT bullying and harassment in schools.

It Gets Better ™ is a worldwide movement created in 2010 by syndicated columnist and author Dan Savage and his partner Terry Miller who created a YouTube video to inspire hope for young people facing harassment in school. The mission of the nonprofit is to communicate to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender youth around the world that “it gets better” and to create and inspire the changes needed to make it better for them.

“Wearers of the Rainbow Pride bracelet help further the message behind It Gets Better ™ with a visual reminder of tolerance, support and hope,” said Luca Daniel of Joseph Nogucci.

The Rainbow Pride bracelet is available online on the Joseph Nogucci website and is a beautiful and affordable way (on sale for $29) for LGBT supporters to show their pride and individuality. This exemplary piece of designer jewelry is hand-woven from rhodium-plated charms and hand-finished with brilliant enamel polish using all of the colors in the rainbow, a common symbol used in gay pride flags since the 1970s to represent the diversity of the LGBT community.

The Rainbow Pride bracelet includes the following colors: violet, red, orange, yellow, green and indigo/blue coordinating with each color’s meaning (respectively): spirit, life, healing, sunlight, nature and serenity/harmony. Owners of the bracelet can draw from any and all of the inspirational meanings behind each color.

Brothers Mario Christian and Luca Daniel fuse art and architecture to create over 500+ unique pieces of designer jewelry with their own branded line of beads and charms that ship globally.

For more information on Joseph Nogucci, please visit: http://shop.josephnogucci.com/

About Joseph Nogucci:

Founded in 2011, Joseph Nogucci is a design firm based out of Toronto specializing in proprietary designed jewelry. The Nogucci Brand also owns the designs and exclusive rights to both the IRIS brand of beads and charms and Morfologi, a line of 3D printed archi-jewelry. The brand appeals to a young, up and coming demographic with a focus on trend setting design by a team of University of Toronto Architecture graduates. Joseph Nogucci, IRIS and Morfologi represent a design collective dedicated to offering quality, well designed products with an attention to detail, craftsmanship and customer care. Visit shop.josephnogucci.com.

About the It Gets Better Project Foundation:

It Gets Better is an Internet-based project founded in the United States by Dan Savage and his husband Terry Miller in 2010 as a response to the suicides of teenagers who were bullied because they were gay or suspected to be gay. Its goal is to prevent suicide among LGBT youth by having gay adults convey the message that these teens' lives will improve. The project has grown rapidly: over 200 videos were uploaded in the first week, and the project's YouTube channel reached the 650 video limit in the next week. The project is now organized on its own website, the It Gets Better Project, and includes more than 50,000 entries from people of all sexual orientations including many celebrities; the videos have received over 50 million views. For more information on the It Gets Better Project, please visit: http://www.itgetsbetter.org/


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