As we start to wrap up 2019, I want to take a look back on everything we’ve done to help take our power back from devastating diseases. When I started Revive Jewelry, I wanted to find a way to give back to the causes that support people like me, who know first-hand what it’s like to lose a dear family member to cancer. I realized that the best way to give back was to bring together a community of people who all felt the same way. By rallying together behind a cause, we can take our power back and raise money for research toward a cure. This year, I’m honored to take a look back on all of the causes...
As we prepare to start 2020 with fresh minds and new resolutions, I’m excited to talk about everything we’ve accomplished together at Revive Jewelry this year, and what to expect next year. It’s been a whirlwind of new releases that I can only thank you, Change Makers, for supporting all year long. I’m also thankful for everyone who’s promoted my designs, which leads me to some special news! Keep reading my 2019 recap to find out some exciting information about what’s in store for next year.
You’re probably just as stumped as I am when it comes to Immunotherapy. I’m sure you’ve heard of this new cancer treatment, but how does it work and who should use it? I’m going to try to answer both of those questions as well as give you some links to help you learn more.
For the entire month of March, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles joins forces with business across the county to raise awareness of children’s health. The goal is to raise $1M for the Helping Hands Fund, which ensures that CHLA’s patients receive the critical, lifesaving care they need. Read on to find out how to get involved!
Attending Mega Miracle Day with Children's Hospital Los Angeles was such an incredible way to start our March fundraiser for Make March Matter! The event's superhero theme was highlighted by the amazing patient stories shared. Amongst these was Fierce Pierce, a 2 year old boy who was treated by CHLA for Leukemia. Pierce was recently found to be strong enough to return home with his family.