Origami Owl's Team True Believers September Project

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

September 12 is National Childhood Cancer Awareness Day. September is also National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month marked by the thousands of families, survivors and caregivers touched by childhood cancer. Stacy Pagos Haller, Executive Director, CureSearch National Childhood Cancer Foundation said, “September as National Childhood Cancer Awareness month is an opportunity to grow our community - to let people know that they can help us find a cure and help ensure that we can reach the day when every child with cancer is guaranteed a cure.”

Origami Owl's Mission is to BE A FORCE FOR GOOD.
Let's use September as a month to spread love and hope to the families who have children battling cancer! We have chosen to spread love in the form of Origami Owl Lockets and Warrior or Fearless Tags to families who have been battling childhood cancer.
For the whole month of September, I will be accepting donations, and doing Jewelry Bars in home and online to help sponsor deserving families! I am so excited about this project! Receiving love and support in the form of jewelry will be so meaningful and I know it will be always cherished.
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Are you ready to be a force for good?

How Can You Spread Love and Awareness?
Do you know a family that you would like to give these gifts to? Would you like to give this child's mother a beautiful locket filled with charms representing love, hope, and faith? Or what about the child's sister who was the best sister anyone could ask for during the battle? And of course, what about the child who is fighting the fight of their life? She deserves a locket too. He deserves to show the world that he is a WARRIOR by wearing the Warrior Tag. If you know a family who you want to give these gifts to, please contact me!

Maybe you do not know a family personally, but would like to donate toward a family that I am working with. You can do that too.

What we are doing is sponsoring families who have been effected by childhood cancer and asking you, our loyal customers, to help get these gifts to these well deserving families, by purchasing parts of their gift, whether it be just one charm, or donating money toward the chain, or locket.

How Can You Participate?

There are a few different things you can do.

You can host a Jewelry Bar, whether it be local with me or with a Designer who is on my team (there is over 300 of us and we are all across the U.S.) or host an online party, by doing a Facebook event. Each guest at the party can choose to purchase a charm (they are only $5!) toward the locket(s). And you, being the hostess will receive Hostess HootLoot (FREE Jewelry) as a thank you for being so kind and taking the time to be part of our Pay It Forward Project.

You may not want to host a Jewelry Bar, but you may want to be a guest at one. I will be "hosting" an online party for this project, and if you would like an invitation, please, let me know and I will be sure to invite you to it!

However way you choose to participate, giving your time and paying it forward, feels really good. Helping others, help fulfill hearts and makes for a life of purpose.

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This is Sadie! A fellow team member's daughter.

Sadie was diagnosed with Very High Risk A.L.L., Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia, on June 7th 2012 at only 22 months old. Sadie got VERY sick very fast and spent over a month in the hospital fighting for her life. Sadie has received many blood and platelet transfusions, spinal taps, bone marrow aspirations, and more doses or chemotherapy then one can remember. In the past year, she has had many setbacks admitting her to the hospital and taking her away from her twin sister Layla. Sadie is currently in remission but still receiving weekly chemo, spinal taps, and labs and she will not be done with treatment until October 19, 2014.

Meghan Wilson, Supermom and O2 Senior Team Leader

Let's go for the gold!

Cancer is a disease that not only effects the child, but the entire family goes through the struggles of a scary journey. This is why we want to reach out to the mothers of these children with our team project. We hope you will join us in our efforts. Seeing the responses from the family who receives this gift, will be so worth it. This may be just jewelry, but it is so much more than that. Sadie's Mommy, Meghan said that on her child cancer support group that is a part of, that each of the moms there tell her on a regular basis that they would love to have a locket, but can not afford one because the medical bills are so financially draining.

I truly hope that you jump on board and give a charm or two toward this beautiful Pay It Forward Project.

Thank you for your time.