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Giveaway: "Remember" with Rock of Eden Jewelry

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Elizabeth Hargreaves and Paddi Sharifian, two local OC Moms, and founders of Rock of Eden Jewelry have created a special “remember” necklace to honor the families affect by the Sandy Hook tragedy. The necklace is a symbol of support for those in Newtown who are left with only memories.

Rock of Eden Jewelry is supporting The Sandy Hook School Support Fund with The Remember Campaign. With every purchase of a remember necklace, Rock of Eden is donating $50 directly to The Sandy Hook School Support Fund, a non-profit organization run by United Way of Western Connecticut.

The silver and dark grey rhodium “remember” necklace comes with a matching dark grey sixteen inch adjustable chain. Customer’s can also make a direct donation to the Sandy Hook School Support Fund on the Rock of Eden website.

Rock of Eden was formed with one simple idea: love to give. Offering a mix of well-made contemporary jewelry and unique vintage finds, Rock of Eden has something to match every person’s style and budget. Rock of Eden is passionate about enjoying and sharing beautiful jewelry, and wants to bring back the love of giving. The company works with a number of charities and causes, and is always accepting new charity partnerships – local and global.

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We are honored that Rock of Eden Jewelry has donated one “remember” necklace for us to giveaway to a special OC Mom Blog reader. Enter to win below:

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Disclosure: Facts, images and quotes were provided by Rock of Eden via press information. We were not compensated for this post.

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  1. My favorite memories are middle-of-the-night feedings while breastfeeding my two kids. I cherished those moments.

  2. Seeing my babies for the first time. So much love for something so little. :o)

  3. When I was little and accidentally dropped my teddy bear down on to the train tracks. My grandpa climbed down the little ladder to retrieve it. I only realize now how dangerous that actually was for him, and I appreciate it so much now!

  4. My favorite memory is my husband’s proposal! His speech was so loving.

  5. My kids births

  6. the day my children and grand children were born.

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