Hello my lovely readers! I am here to share my story with you. It is hard for me to write this post. This topic hits close to home. I believe hits close to home for all of us. I lost my aunt Stella and a few good friends (Cherl and Violet) from breast cancer and I truly wish that we can raise awareness and support charities that can truly make a difference. Breast Cancer is the 2nd deadliest cause of death for women around the world.
There is a NEW launch with Glamulet to support women and families with Breast Cancer and to raise awareness to prevent breast cancer. For every charm bought 50% of the sales go to a charity fund for breast cancer.
“Right now breast cancer is at a tipping point. More women are surviving. But more are being diagnosed than ever before. And every 45 minutes, another woman dies from the disease. We’re going to change that. By doing whatever it takes, however we can, working tirelessly every day.
We’re bringing together the brightest minds, the boldest fundraisers and the most determined campaigners. And we need you to join us.
Because if we all act now, by 2050, we believe everyone who develops breast cancer will live.” – Glamulet Web
Glamulet has created Pink Limited edition charms that are created to support Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign. For Every set of charms added to the shopping cart 50% will be donated to a charity organization. You can find more information on their website. -> GLAMULET
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Thank you so much my friends for reading my post. I appreciate it very much and I hope we can all make a difference and bring awareness to stop and prevent Breast Cancer.
Missing you aunt Stella, Cherl and Violet.
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Thank you for sharing. 🌹
🙂 Thank you for your continuous support and comments. I truly appreciate it. Have a lovely Sunday! 🙂
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I’m sorry for your losses. I lost my mother to this horrible disease 5 years ago and am a huge supporter of Breast Cancer Awareness and always sport lots of pink during October.
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Sorry to hear that Chantal! I also lost my mother 6 years ago but it was lung cancer. It is hard to lose a loved one to cancer. It is hard to see them suffer. Cancer is horrible. I am also a huge supporter of breast cancer. All we can do is pray that we find a cure and also raise awareness and support charities that can make a difference. May our mothers rest in peace. ❤️
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