Anonymous on Mar 14, 2013
Had ordered these once before, but got nailed by a horse and one broke. Ordered 2 new ones (one white pearl, one more of a Merlot colored) and they're just as good. I get so many compliments on this necklace!
At Brown Eyed Girl we are committed to bringing you unique and original designs.
We rarely create more than a handful of each design - you probably won't run into someone wearing the same thing as you.
At Brown Eyed Girl, we are thankful for the opportunities and support we have experienced and want to give back that same support to those in need. We set aside 5% of all profits and donate them to charities supporting women and children.
Currently we are supporting CASA.
In 1977, a Seattle judge conceived the idea of using trained community volunteers to speak for the best interests of abused and neglected children in court. So successful was this program that soon judges across the country began utilizing citizen advocates. In 1990, the US Congress encouraged the expansion of CASA programs with passage of the Victims of Child Abuse Act.
Today, CASA has grown to a network of more than 59,000 volunteers that serve 243,000 abused and neglected children through 900+ local program offices nationwide. These advocates, also known as volunteer guardians ad litem in some jurisdictions, are appointed by judges and act as officers of the court. Judges rely on the information these trusted advocates present.
To learn more about CASA please visit their website at www.nationalcasa.org.
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Brown Eyed Girl is not responsible for postage on returned items.