Sorellé, which consists of 19-year-old Madi, 18-year-old Ana, and 13-year-old Bella, have launched their latest humanitarian effort, Sorellé Bracelets.
We’re told thirty percent of every bracelet purchase will go to The Hunger Project, whose mission is to end world hunger by empowering women entrepreneurs and whose vision is ‘a world where every woman, man, and child leads a healthy, fulfilling life of self-reliance and dignity.’
Madi, Ana, and Bella Heichel partnered with Donor360, an ethical eCommerce Platform for Charitable Fundraising, to design and source beautiful Fair Trade Certified beaded bracelets. Donor360 enables charities and their supporters to raise money for causes by vending Fair Trade and Organic products.
“I was so excited to design these bracelets with Donor360 to benefit The Hunger Project. It’s been incredibly important to me to give back ever since I was a little girl, and this is the perfect way to support women and children,” said Madi Heichel.
Sorellé was featured on Nickelodeon’s America’s Most Musical Family this year. They are signed with Ankot Music Group and managed by celebrity manager/television producer Gina Rodriguez. The band was formerly known as “The Heichel Sisters” but changed their name to Sorellé, which translates to sisters in Italian.
The band is recording music for their first album and is scheduled to release a song at the end of this month.
Fans continue to shower them with support on social media. One wrote, “my girlssss, you are so talented, this is amazing and it’s so clear how much time and effort you put in your videos, they all make me smile!!☺️”
“My sisters say I was the happiest baby in the world, always smiling, laughing, and singing. I was even nicknamed ‘Sunshine!’ That’s why my bracelet is yellow! I hope it brings some sunshine and happiness to the world,” said Bella Heichel.
“Donor360 is so awesome! They made it possible for us to benefit a cause that is really important to us in the coolest way possible, with ethically made jewelry that supports women!” said Ana Heichel.