Margo Manhattan-BreastCancerAwareness-Relay

Friday, October 11, 2013

There are certain things in our lives that take a course of a "staple." Not the one that binds paper materials together, rather fusing social lives and people's expression of it.

Margo Manhattan has a reputation of a Socially Aware Designer who puts her passion for philanthropy into her art of bringing social consciousness up a notch with every decade.

Margo Manhattan-BreastCancerAwareness-Relay

We tend to get used to things and forget what the origin is. Thus the fate of "cleenex," as we call it any tissue paper we use. The same honorable fate lies with the Pink Ribbon of Breast Cancer Awareness.

Margo Manhattan was the one to design the first Pink Ribbon for several cancer fund-raising efforts, including  Estee Lauder's Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

Today, Margo's visionary designs continue to live on and take the shape of her personal expression of life in jewelry.

A portion of all sales made this month would go towards Breast Cancer Research.

Margo Manhattan Pink Ribbon

[caption id="attachment_15846" align="aligncenter" width="331"]PinkRibbon-in-GiftBox-Margo-Manhattan All proceeds from the sales of the Pink Ribbon to benefit Breast Cancer Research Foundation.[/caption]

Margo Manhattan Meridian Bracelet

[caption id="attachment_15847" align="aligncenter" width="331"]Meridian-Bracelet-Margo-Manhattan-BreastCancerAwareness All proceeds from the sales of the Meridian Bracelet to benefit The Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation.[/caption]

We would like you to join in this Powerful and Beautiful effort to celebrate life by making a Small Change for a more vibrant and healthier living this month and doing your regular monthly Breast Self-Exams.

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K Knudsen said...

My step-mother was diagnosed years ago (from what I've heard), she had the lump removed, but she did not want anyone (except my dad, and her daughter) to know about this. Then, 2 years ago, it was becoming more and more difficult to get together with my dad and his wife. I kept asking why? And, was just told that my step-mother was not feeling well. Finally, near the end of 2013, I was told that she had Lupus. I was shocked! I was again told over and over, that my sister and I couldn't visit if there was any chance we had a cold, as she was very susceptible to infection. Then, in April of last year, my sister and I were told that she also had cancer (not sure what kind), and it was everywhere in her body. And that with the Lupus that she already had, ended up being a fatal illness. She succumbed to her illnesses one month later.

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