More than
just jewelry

It's hope, strength, awareness, charity & cures.

More than just jewelry

It's hope, strength, awareness, charity, & cures. 

Our charity jewelry is a way to remember your loved one happily instead of feeling the void and sadness you currently associate with their loss. So you can stop walking around aimlessly feeling like something is missing and instead be a light in the world with the constant companionship of your loved one.

We have awareness jewelry for cancer, diabetes, Alzheimer's, infertility, heart disease, and more.

Charity Partners Include

Read more about all of our charity partners.

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Proudly carry your loved one with you each & every day

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Charity Jewelry for a cause

Colorful disease awareness earrings
remember
happy times
with these earrings & give back to your favorite cause.
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Colorful disease awareness bracelets
Classic
Awareness Bracelets
made with semi-precious stones and your favorite cause. Meet your new every day bracelets!
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Testimonials

I purchased a bracelet for a friend whose husband has lung cancer and a pair of earrings for a friend with uterine cancer. Both pieces were artistically designed, well made and not overpriced for the quality. I feel that Nikki puts her heart and soul into each piece.

Dede M.

My mother-in-law is a breast cancer survivor and I was able to get her a necklace designed after a breast cancer cell, so she can have something beautiful to remind her of her strength.  Besides meaningful, this handmade jewelry is beautiful and unique.

Courtney Z.

My husband is diagnosed with lupus and I liked buying from a company that not only makes beautiful, handmade products, but also donates to finding a cure for the disease. Lupus is an under researched illness and anything that can be done to understand the disease is a step in the right direction.

Cristina M.