There are already so many reasons to love AmaraGold: their incredible commitment to the planet and supporting eco-friendly lifestyle with their recycled gold jewelry; their gorgeous creations, incredible fashion sense, and impeccably graceful taste in modern jewelry. Now there’s one more reason to love Amara Gold:Voices of Hope.
Launching today, Voices of Hope is an AmaraGold’s response to showcasing the importance of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. To honor survivors, AmaraGold has created a Facebook forum for breast cancer awareness and support, reaching out to its community and sharing the love. Fans and supporters are encouraged to share personal stories about survivors who have inspired them with their strength of spirit and perseverance.
Not only has AmaraGold opened up its facebook page in honor of survivors, but to further encourage awareness and foster support, the company will choose one story posted on their page (videos and pictures are highly encouraged!) and donate $1,000 to the poster’s charity of choice. Additionally, the selected poster and the survivor who inspired them will both receive a gorgeous 14k rose gold pendant necklace, representing the journey from treatment to survival.
To participate, visitAmaraGold’s Facebook page and share your own story of a survivor who as inspired you. The Voices of Hope Forum will be live through the end of October, so keep checking back for updates and inspiration.
AmaraGold’s mission is to produce eco-friendly and sustainable fine jewelry using a proprietary fine-grain manufacturing process that uses 100 percent repurposed gold and silver. The AmaraGold name is derived from the Latin word Amarantha, which means unfading and emphasizes the strength, beauty and endurance of the brand. The AmaraGold logo is stamped on every piece of AmaraGold jewelry, a mark of its purity and sustainability. Each step of the manufacturing process for this brand is documented and can be fully traced and validated. More information about AmaraGold can be found at www.amaragold.com.
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