These pieces are not only lovely to look at and wear, they are fantastic conversation starters on the cause of Juvenile Diabetes, said Paula Bommarito, Executive Director of JDRF Desert Southwest Chaper.
SCOTTSDALE, AZ (PRWEB) December 16, 2015
JDRF, along with Addison Taylor Fine Jewelry, are coming together with a new line of jewelry that will help in the battle against Juvenile Diabetes.
Addison Taylor Fine Jewelry, a staple in the gemstone community inspired and designed by Scott Berger and his wife Marla, recently created an exclusive “Tree of Life” pendant for JDRF’s “Promise Ball” held in November at the Scottsdale Airpark. In addition to this exquisite piece, the designers have put together pieces to be specifically sold to benefit JDRF.
Some of the pieces that will be included in this collection are cuff links, bracelets, necklace charms and even a line of medic alert bracelets and necklaces. The pieces are crafted in both Pewter and Sterling Silver and portions of the proceeds of each piece sold will go to JDRF and its cause. The pieces are crafted in the style and work that Addison Taylor Fine Jewelry has come to be known for. These pieces are not only stylish, but they serve a purpose of knowledge, awareness and overall health safety when it comes to Juvenile Diabetes. The pieces would make lovely items for not only those who deal with Juvenile Diabetes, but their loved ones as well.
“These pieces are not only lovely to look at and wear, they are fantastic conversation starters on the cause of Juvenile Diabetes,” says Paula Bommarito, Executive Director at JDRF Desert Southwest Chapter. “To know that you can be buying someone not only a fantastic piece of jewelry, but helping to raise money for Type 1 diabetics, should warm just about anyone’s heart this holiday season and throughout the year.”
The pieces will be available both online and Addison Taylor Fine Jewelry respectively. For more information and to purchase, log onto http://jdrf.org/dsw/?p=9462 .
JDRF is the leading organization when it comes to funding Type 1 Diabetes research. JDRF’s goal is to remove the impact of T1D from the from people’s lives until there is a world where T1D does not exist. JDRF is an organization that works with all age levels and not just children with T1D. Here in Arizona 1 out of 9 people has Type 1 Diabetes and nationwide 1.25 million suffer from the condition. For more information on JDRF and their work you can log onto http://dsw.jdrf.org/.
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