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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and we are asking our jewelry lovers to "Think Pink" this month and every month throughout the year. Both the Promise of Hope Collection™ and the Survivor Collection™ feature jewels & gems that look cute and benefit the cause.
Both collections feature jewels & gems that look cute and benefit the cause, but what makes these collections so much more special to fighters & survivors? They tell a story that's all too relate-able to the 1 in 8 women, according to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc., who will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime.
A mainstay of our cases for years, the Promise of Hope Collection™ is exclusively sold at Rogers & Hollands and Ashcroft & Oak Jewelers. Company matriarch, owner, designer and 30-year breast cancer survivor herself, Juell Kadet, created the collection almost 7 years ago as a way to raise funds for the organization that helped her fight to become a survivor.
Not 5%, not 10%, but 20% of the net proceeds from the Promise of Hope Collection is donated to the Cancer Care Clinical Trials at Ingalls Hospital, Chicago IL to further cancer research.
Our Promise of Hope Collection™ is designed to promote awareness & help to find a cure for cancer with every purchase. 20% of the net proceeds from your purchase is donated to the Cancer Care Clinical Trials at Ingalls Hospital.
In partnership with the Women Survivors Alliance the Survivor Collection™ is designed to promote awareness, celebrate survival and to help to find a cure for cancer.
This series of special three-stone rings and pendants made with Swarovski Genuine Topaz features two brilliant white and one colored gem. The placement of the gems symbolizes the Survivor’s three-part journey – life before cancer, the diagnosis and that beautiful moment cancer survivorship brings new clarity to your life.
“Every survivor knows the journey is never over, and until a cure is found the battle is never won.”
SUSAN K. PAIST, IL
The vision of the Women Survivors Alliance is to transform survivorship from a mood into a movement by empowering, educating, and connecting women whose lives have been touched by cancer. Through three websites and a hugely successful international conference, WSA brings together women survivors of all ages, encouraging them to tell their individual stories and helping them to heal.
Prior to the WSA, no organization existed to exclusively support women survivors of all cancers. They are filling that need one woman at a time.