For each piece purchased during the month of October, all net proceeds will benefit the Noreen Fraser Foundationa non-profit organization with a mission to raise funds for women's cancer research and awareness of the importance of early detection. The collection boasts a vibrant assortment of accessories including rose gold bracelets, a zip wallet, tech wristlet and scarf, all available for purchase on October 1, To purchase a product from the collection, or for more information, please visit www.
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This year, David Yurman is introducing six new styles specifically for the nonprofit. Please find product images HERE. David Yurman is a celebrated American jewelry company founded in New York by David Yurman, a sculptor, and his wife, Sybil, a painter and ceramicist.
Together we've funded 26, mammograms. Learn more. When Joanna was diagnosed with cancer, her daughters were determined to show her that she would not be fighting this battle alone.
A symbol of strength, support and honour, stand up for women and fight for a cure with a breast cancer awareness pendant. Proudly wear this 10K white gold ribbon. The rope chain is
We designed this breast cancer bracelet personalized with a unique pink engraved initial and split ribbon design, suspended from a durable yet elegant rolo style chain. Available in gold platingsterling silveror rose goldthis one-of-a-kind breast cancer awareness bracelet is the perfect way to bring awareness to this crucial cause, and feel fashionable at the same time. Order yours today or buy for a friend, and enjoy our free international shipping!
With the support of our generous corporate partners, the Canadian Cancer Society is leading the fight against breast cancer. This October, we will raise funds and awareness for the fight against breast cancer in partnership with great organizations across Canada. Supporting the companies that support the Canadian Cancer Society through your purchase is another way you can fight back against breast cancer.
A student wears a "I heart boobies" bracelet, which is meant to raise breast cancer awareness. The Durham District School Board says the wording on the bracelets -- which spells out "I love boobies" -- is inappropriate for school. The charity's website says it aims to make young people more aware of breast cancer detection by using language that speaks to them directly.
Springvalley Middle School has banned students from wearing the breast cancer awareness wristbands because they say the bracelets are offensive. The wristbands were banned last month, when it was determined the language is not suitable for teenagers, said School District 23 superintendent Hugh Gloster. Gloster said they were first made aware of the controversy by a number of parents who complained.