Together, we can help #StopSuicide

The Hope Rings is a symbol of love and support for those affected by suicide.

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You are not alone

You know someone affected by suicide. We all do. Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the U.S., and some 130 Americans will die by suicide today and every day this year. We all have a role to play in stopping this tragic loss of life. The Hope Ring is a physical reminder of your commitment to help #StopSuicide

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Donating 100% of the proceeds from your purchase of our Hope Ring directly to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.

A symbol of love & support

Enso and the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) have come together to create a silicone ring to act as a symbol of love and a reminder that we are never alone. By wearing a Hope Ring, you can signal to those around you that you are there as a pillar of support to those who need it. 

Like all Enso rings, the Hope Ring is made of premium, flexible silicone, and backed by our Lifetime Warranty.

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Lifetime Guarantee

Buy with confidence knowing Every Enso Ring is backed by our Lifetime Guarantee.

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Lovers of design, we keep creation close to home. Enso's team creates many of our collections right here in the U.S.

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Don’t risk finger-related injuries. Our silicone rings help keep your fingers safe with Anti Ring Avulsion Technology™.

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Hard materials don’t feel great on skin. Beautifully designed silicone rings on the other hand just feel right.

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This is how we #LYLO

Enso Rings values are to Love Yourself + Love Others. It's at the core of everything we do. We make our Hope Rings right here at Enso headquarters in Lehi, Utah, with that same love and we hope you can feel it every time you wear our rings.

Are you in a crisis?

If you’re struggling, reach out to @800273TALK, text TALK to 741741 at the @crisistextline, or get involved with your local AFSP chapter.