Building Block Necklace & Earring Set for GRIN2B FoundationRegular price $176.00 Save $-176.00
The Building Block Necklace & Earrings remind us that each discovery builds on one another to expand our understanding of this disorder and build toward better care and treatments for all the children affected by a GRIN2B-Related Neurodevelopmental Disorder.
Also, the building blocks symbolize a strong support system, like the GRIN2B community. Wear this set to honor your child, as a reminder of your strength and to feel the support of your peers through the connections you’ve built.
The sterling silver square pendants contain hand cut images of the GRIN2B gene under resin. The dainty chain is finished off with two small yellow beads and the earrings complete the look with their secure lever back closures so you know they’ll stay on all day.
For each purchase of the Building Block Necklace, 10% is donated to GRIN2B Foundation. Revive Jewelry and GRIN2B Foundation partner together to further research on the GRIN2B gene and provide support and education to the small, but growing community of individuals and families impacted by a GRIN2B diagnosis.
I USED THIS IMAGE TO CREATE THE BUILDING BLOCK PENDANTS. CAN YOU SEE WHERE IT COMES FROM?
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- Available in Sterling Silver
- 16-18” adjustable chain
- Earring length: 1 1/4”
- Square Pendants measure: 3/8”
- Yellow glass bead accents at end of chain
- Earrings have secure lever back closure
- Handmade in Redondo Beach, CA
This necklace was created to honor the memory of RayAh, a sweet little girl diagnosed with GRIN2B-Related Neurodevelopmental Disorder, who passed away in early 2020. RayAh brought joy and smiles to everyone who came into her presence or gazed at her adoring photographs. Though her journey was brief, she had a lasting effect on the lives she touched. RayAh's parents, Marlana and Charlie, and her siblings are so grateful for the efforts to keep RayAh's voice alive.
Revive partners with GRIN2B Foundation to develop potential treatments and gain a better understanding of a GRIN2B diagnosis and raise the profile of this extremely rare diagnosis through the creation of a public awareness campaign.