Forget Me Not Jewelry

Forget Me Not Jewelry

Bracelets sold to raise awareness of cancers and autism.

Location: United States
Title: Bracelets for a Cause
Desc: Our mission with Forget-Me-Not Jewelry is simply to help create
awareness for a variety of cancers and autism as well as provide love, hope and understanding to
patients and loved ones.
Category: Thematic
 
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