Please note — IMPORTANT: You can find additional information, instructions and tips here: Paracord “Survival” Bracelets FAQs & Tips
Watch this video (please pardon the typos!) to learn how to make the Quick Deploy style bracelets we are now sending in our care packages:
(Click here for the paracord jig layout PDF referenced in the video.)
In 2012 we began supporting the emergency first responders who volunteer with the disaster response veterans service organization, Team Rubicon. One of the important items we include in our First Responder Kits are Paracord “Survival” Bracelets. Not only are the bracelets really cool-looking, they can actually be used to save a life in an emergency situation.
To meet the increased demand, we learned how to make our own bracelets and we’ve asked volunteers to start making them, too.
We would love your help! When you’re all done the bracelets may be shipped to:
21100 Lassen Street
Chatsworth, CA 91311
Note: If you want confirmation of delivery on your shipments of item donations prior to receipt of our acknowledgment letter (allow up to 12 weeks), please use the tracking system provided by your shipper.
Need Materials or More Information? Bracelet Kits (with the 550 cord cut for you) are available for sale: http://bit.ly/OpGratParacordKit — all proceeds benefit Operation Gratitude. Please email questions to our Official Paracord Bracelet Expert, Kelly: Info@OperationGratitude.com
Please note: You can also Google “550 paracord” to purchase elsewhere; however you will have to cut the cord yourself. Kelly will not give advice/input regarding where to purchase 550 paracord, and she is not able to provide Bracelet Kits for free, even if the finished bracelets are ultimately donated back to Operation Gratitude.
Need Community Service Hours? Students can earn one hour of Community Service for every five bracelets made and donated. Include a self-addressed, stamped envelope and a note requesting that a Community Service Certificate is mailed to you. Please contact our Volunteer Coordinator for more information: email@example.com (Be sure to put the words “Operation Gratitude Volunteer” in the subject line.)
Please remember to include a Donation Form in every package you send us!
As always, THANK YOU for your support!