Ovarian Cancer Awareness Jewelry

Ovarian Cancer Awareness Jewelry
September is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month and various designers have created jewelry as a fashionable way to raise awareness about the silent killer as well as to give money to such a great cause. They have chosen to support the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund (OCRF) by donating a portion of the proceeds from the sale of those items. By simply purchasing any of these jewelry designs, you are visibly and tangibly helping in the fight against one of the world's most deadly of women's cancers.

Jewelry designer Angela Moore is one of those that has partnered with the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund by creating an eye-catching collection in honor of their ongoing research towards finding a cure.

The handcrafted Angela Moore Ovarian Cancer Awareness Collection was created to be specifically dedicated to welcome new beginnings. Her collection features round beads hand painted with the signature teal ribbon set on a white background. Fifteen percent of the proceeds are donated to the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund to recognize the importance of the work they do. Help support the important endeavor of the OCRF by choosing one of the two bracelet styles, earrings, watch or necklace and Angela Moore will donate 15% of the proceeds from your purchase – year round, not just in September.

Want to get your man in on supporting the cause? Brooks Brothers has created knot cufflinks in teal, the signature color of ovarian cancer awareness. One hundred percent of the proceeds from each sale of the cufflinks will benefit OCRF.

Netaya is another jeweler proud to assist in raising money to support The Ovarian Cancer Research Fund with their sterling silver bracelet featuring a rolo design chain with an "O" toggle clasp, adorned with pave cubic zirconias. The clasp can have multiple meanings … as a circle representing life, endurance, love or as an "O" for ovarian cancer. All net profits go to OCRF, the leading non-profit organization dedicated to advancing research, raising awareness, and finding a cure for ovarian cancer.

Ovarian cancer is not as common as breast cancer, but it is the fifth leading cause of cancer deaths among women and because survival rates are poor, it does not produce an army of survivors to raise awareness. The Ovarian Cancer Research Fund (OCRF) funds research to find a method of early detection and ultimately a cure for ovarian cancer. To learn more about ovarian cancer please visit www.OCRF.org


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