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After listening to feedback from hundreds of schools, The Pulsera Project will be changing the price of pulseras back to $5 starting in 2024 -- the price they had originally been from 2009-2022. We don't take this decision lightly, but consider this to be the best way to fulfill our ongoing mission of creating a more just & colorful world.


From the beginning, the project has been about spreading enthusiasm, fun, and adventure for students, teachers, and artisans. Since raising prices, we’ve learned that the $7 price point was not accessible for many students and communities.


This negatively impacted two of the project’s core missions – educating students in the U.S., and providing fair trade employment to artisans in Central America. By returning the price to $5, we'll be able to keep the price of pulseras accessible for as many students as possible, which then allows us to provide more employment to Central Americans and to more widely share the spirit of The Pulsera Project.


This change will not affect our commitment to fair trade – artisans will continue to receive well above market prices for their pulseras. As before, proceeds from pulsera sales will be reinvested in the communities we partner with in Central America.


The price for bolistias will remain at $15. 

We are so grateful for the thousands of student and teacher volunteers who have made this project such a success over the years, and we're eager to work with new & returning schools in the coming year to color hallways and classrooms with these amazing pieces of art.

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