According to their website (note that this is their main page, and thus may change in the future):
When we learned that there may be lead in the bracelets, we took the proactive step of hiring an independent lab and sending random samples for testing. These tests confirmed that, though the beads contain no lead, the small rings have a high lead content. The Foundation had a written assurance from a foreign supplier that the bracelets did not contain lead.The bracelet is pictured above. Since the above statement says "foreign supplier" I'm wondering if it's China (naturally). The foundation first found out about the problem after receiving an e-mail that a 9-month-old boy apparently ingested lead from a bracelet. If you have a bracelet, you can return it to:
The Friends of Mel FoundationThey will send you a new one and reimburse you for your postage.
Post Office Box 1660
Wakefield, MA 01880