You don’t need to wear rhinestones to support rhino conservation in style!

Every woman – and man! – deserves to feel fashionable, and spring is the best time to re-invent yourself. And, if you’re a trend-setter with a conscience, this Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT) Rhino Project bracelet from Relate Bracelets is the perfect accessory for the new, improved you.

Stylish people are increasingly connecting their fashion choices with the causes they care about, so why not get your EWT Rhino Project bracelet in time for World Rhino Day on 22 September?

Inspired by the colours of the rhino and its surrounding habitat, this grey, white and matte black bracelet (with signature EWT red accent beads) works beautifully as a neutral accessory to go with any outfit. It’s stylish for women yet masculine enough for men to also wear and, best of all, it connects you to the conservation of the beautiful (but endangered) rhinoceros species.

The EWT Rhino Project fights against rhino poaching through a number of interventions, including the deployment of sniffer dogs as well as a rapid response platform to help ensure the survival of this iconic animal.

When you buy a Relate bracelet, not only are you contributing to a cause, but a portion of the proceeds also goes towards uplifting the lives of the bracelet-makers, who are elderly township dwellers and unemployed young adults.

These handmade, beaded bracelets come in a host of colours and colour-combinations, and you can either pick one in colours to match your outfit, or even wear a stack of different bracelets together for an on-trend look with a conscience.

At R35 for a bracelet, it’s so easy on your wallet you can even buy a stack of 10 bracelets and share them with your friends and family. The bracelets are available at selected CNA stores and online at