All about Lokai

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Lokai is a prominent charitable organization that’s devoted to helping wildlife and other causes. The organization allots 10 percent of their net profits to numerous different charitable causes. Lokai sells a bracelet that consists of elements extracted from the planet’s lowest and highest points. “Lokai” is a name that was derived from “lokahi,” a Hawaiian term that translates to unity.

The goal at this organization is to promote the action of giving to others. Giving is an integral component of Lokai’s aim of finding optimal balance in life. The organization teaches people to give back when they attain success in life. It also teaches people to help other humans out when they’re feeling down. This is to help them gain more reasonable and realistic outlooks on life.

This organization has many charitable organizations as partners. Examples of these organizations include the World Wildlife Fund, the Cure Alzheimer’s Fund, Charity: Water, Best Buddies International, the Kind Campaign, Pencils of Promise, Bent on Learning, the American Himalayan Foundation and Music Beats Hearts. Lokai promotes major causes from environmental preservation to clean drinking water worldwide and beyond.

The classic Lokai bracelet that’s available for sale in the organization’s online shop is a mix of colors. The white bead holds water that’s extracted from Mount Everest, while the black bead includes Dead Sea mud. These colors symbolize extremes and aim to help people to remember to live with balance. They aim to help people remember to be modest amidst successes and optimistic in the middle of hard times. The Lokai bracelet is available in four different sizes. These sizes are small, medium, large and extra large. The small bracelet is merely 7 inches in length while the extra large bracelet is 8.5 inches in length. People can wear these bracelets if they want to always remember to prioritize balance in their day-to-day lifestyles. They can also wear these bracelets simply because they want to donate to positive charitable causes.

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