Hope Paige Designs, the foremost designer of fashionable medical accessories, has announced the release of their second annual celebrity-driven campaign after the previous year’s immense success.

Angela Bassett, Mayim Bialik, Carrie Ann Inaba and Daniele Jonas have recently joined the existing eight stars to create customized Hope Paige medical ID bracelets to benefit a variety of charities and raise safety awareness.

Hope Paige Celebrity Charity Bracelets.
Hope Paige Celebrity Charity Bracelets.
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These celebrities will join recurring philanthropists Melissa Joan Hart, Kimora Lee Simmons, Leeza Gibbons, Misty May Treanor, Dot Marie Jones, Greg Grunberg, Meatloaf and Kenton Duty as they raise awareness for great causes.

Hope Paige will donate 100% of the profits from each celebrity’s bracelet to the charity of his or her choice. Last year, celebrity bracelet charity donations totaled $50,000.00 and this year, Hope Paige hopes to increase this amount. Bracelet pricing begins at $29.95 and the entire collection can be found at hopepaige.com.

Married to Jonas star Danielle Jonas has chosen to support The Change for the Children Charity, while Emmy nominee and star of The Big Bang Theory Mayim Bialik is supporting Golisano Children’s Hospital. Dancing with the Stars judge Carrie Ann Inaba’s donations will go to Sjogrens Syndrome Foundation, and
American Horror Story star Angela Bassett is helping the Rahel Formula Fund.

“We are so appreciative that these celebrities have come on board to help us raise awareness about the importance of wearing a medical ID bracelet,” says Shelly Fisher, founder of Hope Paige. “The creativity of these charity minded celebrities are sure to encourage people to be safe while donating to some truly great causes.”

While each celebrity has a different reason for participating, they all have an inspiring story to share. Visit http://www.hopepaige.com to browse the bracelets and find out why each celebrity recognizes the importance of wearing a medical ID.

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