This handmade and collectively designed collection is in collaboration with Breast Cancer Foundation of the Ozarks.

 

The funds raised from the purchase of the BCFO bracelets will go to direct assistance for families facing a breast cancer diagnosis. BCFO covers real cost of life expenses including mortgage/rent, utilities, groceries, short term housing, transportation, children’s expenses, car payments, car/home owners/renters insurance and more for patients who are in active treatment for breast cancer. BCFO offers a hand up, not a hand out, so breast cancer patients can focus on healing.

 

A Time to Share (ATTS) is a fashion show of locally owned and operated boutiques, modeled by breast cancer survivors. Models range from less than a year of survivorship to over 20 years of survivorship! They come together on this evening to celebrate each other and to be a light to those who are facing a diagnosis every day.

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A Time to Share Bracelet Stack

Handcrafted jewelry designed in Springfield, Missouri. “Each piece of jewelry I customize tells a story. Thank your for trusting me and allowing me to be a part of your story. My...
$45.00

BCFO Czech Crystal Bracelet

Handcrafted jewelry designed in Springfield, Missouri. “Each piece of jewelry I customize tells a story. Thank your for trusting me and allowing me to be a part of your story. My...
$28.00

BCFO Mini Clay Color Way Bracelet

Handcrafted jewelry designed in Springfield, Missouri. “Each piece of jewelry I customize tells a story. Thank your for trusting me and allowing me to be a part of your story. My...
$18.00

BCFO Pink Color Way Bracelet

Handcrafted jewelry designed in Springfield, Missouri. “Each piece of jewelry I customize tells a story. Thank your for trusting me and allowing me to be a part of your story. My...
$28.00
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