Wristband - "Ask Me About My Angel - www.HeroinMemorial.org - I Hate Heroin"
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Ask Me About My Angel - www.HeroinMemorial.org - I Hate Heroin"
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Here is a video in progress of some of the loved ones our members of www.HeroinMemorial.org have lost to this disease.
Remembering those lost to heaven because of this disease. Help us break the STIGMA of addiction and honor your lost Angel who is in heaven today because of this disease. Imagine others seeing your wristband and asking about your Angel. Sure it might be tough to talk about with strangers but its time for us to quit hiding behind the STIGMA curtain and bring awareness to the disease that took our Angels. Do your part and wear this band proudly. They make great gifts for someone who lost their Angel to this disease also. www.HeroinMemorial.org is our sister site and membership to this private group is restricted for those who have lost an Angel to heaven because of this disease.
Stickers and bracelet
It was good I got my stickers fast I like the quality. I love what you stand for I recently lost my son
Sorry about the loss of your son.
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I have alot people ask me how to get one and send them to your page.
Ask me about my Angel bracelets
These arey favorite bracelets here. I buy them every time they are on sale. I give them to other Angel parents because it's so important to continue to talk about our children. We also have a non profit, Maryland ****** Awareness Advocates, and we share these with parents at our outreach tables.
The bracelets were perfect and the sticker I bought for my vehicle went on amazingly
Thank you for your feedback and support.
Great wristband. Quick and easy ordering process.
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