Awareness Bugz

Bugz offers you a Celebration of Life!
Another way to show you care!

Be part of a global movement to make a difference in these worldwide issues.

You can help! You can participate and be a part of this global movement! The butterfly, symbol of strength, regeneration, renewal, joy, love and happiness is the answer.

Support Bugz and help us fund Grassroots Charities involved with:





Here Is How You Can Help

Bugz Is Offering These Amazing Awareness Butterflies, One For Each Of The Above Causes. The Red Butterfly For Hiv Awareness, The Pink Butterfly For Breast Cancer Awareness, The Yellow Butterfly For Troop Support Awareness And The Purple Butterfly For Domestic Violence Awareness.

Each butterfly is handcrafted by the Zulu in Africa and has wings that appear to be like stained glass and a gloss black body with a single silver bead. The butterflies are on Décor Clips which can be attached to your lapel or dress and worn with pride.

After each outing they can be placed on a floral arrangement or gift box, plant, table linens or on a wine decanter. They all have an important message of hope attached on a beautiful high gloss label with embossed foil lettering.

They arrive nestled in a high tech Chinese take-out container. Support one cause or all four causes. For each butterfly that is sold Bugz will donate .20 to the specified charity. So spread your wings and create a real fervor. Be the first to wear one of these Awareness Bugz.

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US Doctors For Africa

US Doctors For AfricaThey are a non-profit organization that is dedicated to the idea that access to health-care should not be a matter of historical chance or geographical circumstance.

Their mission comprises primary care, strategic planning, education and training to aid the people of Africa.

They focus on HIV AIDS, Malaria and other communicable diseases affecting Africa with the use of Mobile Clinics.

The Fisher House

The Fisher HouseThe Fisher House is a “home away from home” for families of patients receiving medical care at major military and VA medical center. There are 38 Fisher Houses with 5 more under construction.

This unique program supports our American military in their time of need. Recognizing the special sacrifices of our men and women in uniform and the hardships of military service The Fisher House Foundation donates “comfort” homes that are built on the grounds of major military and VA medical centers. These homes enable family members to be close to a loved one at the most stressful times – during the hospitalization for an unexpected illness, disease, or injury.

Living Beyond Breast Cancer

Living Beyond Breast CancerThe mission of this grassroots organization is to empower all women affected by breast cancer to live as long as possible with the best quality of life. LBBC was founded in 1991 by radiation oncologist Marisa C. Weiss MD in response to a need for breast cancer related information, connection and support after completing treatment.

LBBC has expanded over the years and now assists women at all stages of diagnosis, treatment and recovery. Our mission includes offering specialized programs and services for the newly diagnosed, young women, women with advanced breast cancer, women at high risk for developing the disease and African-American and
Latina women.

National Coalition Against Domestic Violence

National Coalition Against Domestic ViolenceThe Mission of NCADV is to organize for collective power by advancing transformative work, thinking and leadership of communities and individuals working to end the violence in our lives.

A part of our work is the Cosmetic and Reconstructive Support (CRS) Program. The NCADV works with FACE TO FACE which was started in 1994 and involves the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery . This Program offers facial plastic and reconstructive surgery to domestic violence survivors to repair injuries on the face, head and neck caused by an intimate partner or spouse.

Give Back A Smile (GBAS) offers cosmetic dentistry to domestic violence survivors to repair injuries to the front teeth in the “smile zone” caused by an intimate partner or spouse. Facial plastic surgeons, cosmetic dentists and dermatological surgeons from across the country volunteer their services to assist survivors in removing the physical scars of abuse.