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Blue Ruby announces latest holiday bracelet collection that gives back to single mother-led families and their children

Give a gift that gives back this holiday season with Blue Ruby Jewellery’s latest pieces in the beautifully handcrafted Blue Ruby x Cause We Care holiday collection. 100% of the proceeds from these bracelets go towards Cause We Care Foundation‘s programs and initiatives in support of single mother-led families and children in need in the Vancouver area.

The 2018 holiday Cause We Care collection features grey moonstone and labradorite that make for a dynamic, tonal pairing while complementary fresh water pearls and crystal beads create depth in texture. Highlighted by lustrous holiday hues of silver and gold, these gemstone-forward bracelets look exquisite when stacked together and are stand-outs all on their own – a seamless addition to your existing collection of Cause We Care bracelets.

“We are incredibly grateful to Blue Ruby for their continued support in our initiatives that help make the holiday season less challenging for single mothers and their children,” says Andrea Thomas Hill, Founder of Cause We Care. “These bracelets make for thoughtful gifts for friends and family but also encourage the spirit of giving back to our community over the holidays.”

Blue Ruby Jewellery is a longstanding partner and supporter of Cause We Care and continues to bolster the foundation’s initiatives, including the annual holiday care package drive, with the launch of their holiday collections. Bracelets from the new Blue Ruby Cause We Care collection retail between $20 and $125 and will be available as of December 1st at all ten Blue Ruby locations, including Hill’s of Kerrisdale and Hill’s Dry Goods Kitsilano and South Granville. The bracelets will also be available on December 11th at the Rocky Mountaineer Train Station, during the care package drive, where volunteers will gather to assemble and deliver care packages to frontline organizations in the Lower Mainland in support of single mother-led families and their children living in poverty.

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