Jewelry designer Adam Shulman has released a Limited Edition Key Necklace to support World of Children Award.
(PRWEB) December 04, 2013
Jewelry designer Adam Shulman has released a Limited Edition Key Necklace to support World of Children Award, the only global recognition and funding program that exclusively focuses on children’s issues. 100% of the proceeds support and advance programs serving children around the world.
World of Children Award has also released a Sterling Silver Horseshoe Key Ring, which was recently featured in L.A. Splash and Paperblog.com. The key necklace and key ring are available for purchase at World of Children Award Store.
Examples of what a World of Children Award key could buy include prosthetic limbs for disabled children in developing countries, medical supplies for children in Haiti, and the rescue of trafficked children in India.
About the Limited Edition Key Necklace
World of Children Award’s Limited Edition Key Necklace, retailing for $1,000, was elegantly designed by Adam Shulman and Heidi Nahser Fink. The key is made of sterling silver and decorated with one blue sapphire, four emeralds, and four rubies on a 19” sterling silver chain. The key comes packaged in a custom fitted box made from Baltic birch wood.
About the Sterling Silver Horseshoe Key Ring
World of Children Award’s Horseshoe Key Ring, retailing for $250, was designed especially for the holidays. An elegant way to dress up a handbag, the key ring is made from sterling silver and features World of Children Award’s signature logo. Key rings come packaged in a decorative holiday gift bag.
About World of Children Award
World of Children Award is led by Co-Founders Harry Leibowitz and Kay Isaacson-Leibowitz, retired senior executives from Procter & Gamble and Victoria’s Secret respectively, who first started the organization to honor individuals serving children with a Nobel Prize-like award. Since 1998, World of Children Award has granted more than $5 million in cash grants and program support to 100 Honorees who are the driving force behind programs serving children in more than 140 countries.