Elph & $100 Target Gift Card Giveaway – ends 8/28


With back to school and having a Kindergartener who is going out into the big world, child safety is number one on my mind right now. Make sure you check out this amazing wristband from ELPH and enter to win one below!!!

It’s that time of the year again: kids all over the country are headed back to school. While gathering those school supplies, it’s also important to remember your child’s safety. That’s where ELPH comes in! ELPH is a silicone wristband designed specifically for children, adults, the elderly, and individuals with special needs. It provides an immediate, highly visible form of identification, with clear instructions directly on the band, so you can be reunited with your lost loved one, although none of your child’s sensitive identifying info is directly on the band for strangers to see.

ELPH bands are simple to use. You activate and register the band, and in the event that your child is separated from you, a good samaritan can either call the toll free number or scan the band’s QR code to be directly connected to an emergency contact (you!). Ruth from Viva Veltoro recently had the opportunity to review the ELPH band. Be sure to check out her full review to see how cute and functional these bands are, and why they should be a must-have on your back to school list.

ELPH wants to help one lucky family get prepared for the school season,
so they’re giving away an ELPH and a $100 Target Gift Card to help with back to school shopping!

Connect: You can connect with ELPH on Facebook and follow them on Twitter.

Buy it: You can purchase your ELPH band on their website for only $19.99. This includes a year of their amazing service.

Win it: One lucky person will win an ELPH band of their choice (size + color) and a $100 Target Gift Card!

Open to the US and Canada, ages 18 and up. Ends 8/28/14 at 11:59 PM ET.
Enter using the Giveaway Tools form below.

Disclosure: I did not receive any compensation for hosting this giveaway. ELPH is responsible for prize fulfillment. Viva Veltoro, Thrifty Nifty Mommy and the participating blogs are not responsible for prize fulfillment. Please note, if the winner is Canadian they can opt for $100 PayPal instead. Please contact vivaveltoro{at}gmail.com with any questions about this giveaway.


  1. The ELPH band is suitable for children, adults, the elderly, and individuals with special needs!

  2. kathy downey says:

    when the ID was scanned it provides a current GPS location.love it

  3. It’s kind of medical alert bracelet. I’ve never heard of them before this.

  4. Elizabeth says:

    I learned that ELPH stands for Easy Lookup to Phone Home. It’s a clever idea!

  5. It is only 19.99 for 1 year and the band.

  6. Cynthia R says:

    I learned that it doesn’t use child’s name or phone number so no worrying about personal information getting out.

  7. I learned that it an emergency contact information bracelet for kids It has all your phone numbers and contact info.

  8. I learned this is not just for children . You could use it on the elderly too. BIG PLUS in my book! God knows when I was tending my Mom … She had dementia .. She tried to wonder off on me several times. Lucky I was on top of it and she never got out of the yard. I still shudder to think what if she had made it out of the gate?! Bless her sweet heart she thought it was 1950 something and that she was a 20 year old !

  9. KaylaSue Simundson says:

    I learned that you can also input allergies and medical information.

  10. Love the idea for assist to find your child in a large crowd. What parent does not worry about losing their child. This bracelet would be great for all parents to have the info on it.

  11. Desiree Dunbar says:

    I learned that you can register more than one band because they each have a unique serial number.

  12. pumpkinsfan76 says:

    ELPH uses QR code technology that allows users to provide as much information as they see fit. The contact and emergency info can be changed in real time to reflect the current situation and needs.

  13. I learned that the bands are made for kids,adults,senior citizens and people with disabilities. I like that it provides immediate ,highly visible form of identification with clear instructions directly on the band. Thank you for the wonderful giveaway 🙂

  14. I learned that ELPH uses QR code technology.

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