The other day, my dear friend Melissa from Sippy Cup Mom wrote an awesome post about The Shine Project. When I read it, I feel in love with what Ashley, the creator of these necklaces is doing:
Isn’t it just gorgeous?
Why did Ashley create these necklaces?
This is what The Shine Project is all about:
Going out of your comfort zone
to bring light to those who need hope.
The Shine Project emulates love, sacrifice, and
That is what I like! Being a part of something that is making a difference. And how are these beautiful necklaces making a difference?
In January 2012, the money will be going tothe first ever Shine Project Scholarship awardfor an inner city school students college education.
I love it! I have a special place in my heart for inner city students. Every week, our church runs a youth center where we bus in students to give them a safe place to hang out. And it is the beating of my heart.
When I saw that Ashley was making these necklaces for the very purpose of providing a college education for these students, I had to buy one. And then, well, I bought an extra one to giveaway to one of my readers!
Want to win a shine necklace?
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This giveaway is open to both US and Canadian residents and will end on 4/29. The winner will be contacted by email and will have 48 hours to respond before another winner is chosen.
Lets all Shine together and make a difference!
Disclaimer: I bought a necklace for myself and one winner. The Shine Project is donating a personalized charm to the necklace winner, if they chose they want one. All opinions are 100% my own.