Jewelry For a Cause
This is a preresentation of the Delaware Botanic Gardens logo Heidi made with DBC as a way to raise awareness about the gardens being created in Dagsboro. Soon we will be able to enjoy the garden and learn about the native species to the mid-Atlantic region.
The pendant measures 1 3/8 x 1 3/8” and hangs on a 20” chain.
$50 from every purchase is donated to Delaware Botanic Gardens.
If you look closely, you can see the outline of the Henlopen State Park as the sand reaches out between the Atlantic Ocean and the Delaware Bay. This piece was made to show gratitude for a beautiful, natural place.
The pendant measures 3/4 x 3/4” and hangs on a 20” chain.
$50 from every purchase is donated to Delaware State Parks.
This simple seed represents the seeds of mindfulness Minds Over Matter Initiative (MOMI) spreads throughout the local community. MOMI is a collective of six Delaware professionals bound by a vision to teach a life skill that can clear the metal clutter from school, work, and life.
The pendant measures 1/2 x 5/16” and hangs on an 18” chain.
$50 from every purchase is donated to MOMI.
This pendant was made in honor of all Margo stood for and as a way to raise money for Margo’s Leiomyosarcoma (LMS) tribute fund. Heidi created this simple, elegant, and unique Forget-Me-Not pendant that we think captures the essence of Margo’s spirit perfectly.
The pendant measures 1 3/8 x 1 1/4” and hangs on a 20” chain.
$50 from every purchase is donated to Margo’s tribute fund for LMS research.
The Flag Over 86 is a way to thank the volunteers who risk their lives to make our lives safe. The fire company helps with every event and happening in the town, allowing Rehoboth to grow and shift with time.
The pendant measures 7/8 x 7/8” and hangs on an 18” chain.
$50 from every purchase is donated to Rehoboth Beach Fire Company.
Fibrous Dysplasia is an uncommon bone disease with no cure or treatment. This painful disease affected a local family when their son was diagnosed. The Heal Our Bones sterling silver cuff bracelet is a small way in which we can bring awareness to the foundation and contribute to finding a cure.
$50 from every purchase is donated to Fibrous Dysplasia Foundation.
Jay Leisner, known as The Surfgimp, designed the artwork for this necklace. In 2018, Jay passed away after 18 years restrained to a wheelchair. Jay’s restraint was purely physical, for through his mind and heart, he was able to grow a community full of compassion, love, and fun. This community helped Jay catch waves on an adaptive surfboard. His wife, Melanie Leisner, now runs the Foundation and helps others like Jay attend adaptive surf events.