Breast Cancer Awareness Jewelry: Bracelets, Necklaces and Earrings

BNPink Breast Cancer Awareness Bracelets


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Elizabeth McQuade PictureHow do I tell a story that has brought my life full circle within a few short months? My name is Elizabeth and in 2003, I was diagnosed with Breast Cancer.

I can still hear those words from my doctor that changed my life forever…

Read more about Elizabeth’s story…

What started as an impulse has in a very short time become a passion. Through the sale of this jewelry, BNPink, has donated over $30,000.00. 20% of the proceeds from the sale of my Breast Cancer Awareness Bracelets™ goes directly to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

Together we can win this battle…

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Mission Statement:

The mission of BNPink is to raise funds for The Breast Cancer Research Foundation by donating 20% of the proceeds from sales of our extraordinary and unique Breast Cancer Awareness Jewelry. Our passion is to raise awareness and inspire everyone touched by this disease and to symbolize that “ Life is good!” even after Breast Cancer. Our hand crafted jewelry exudes strength, love, hope and celebration.

BNPink Bee Toggle “Beelieving”

For centuries bees have been the symbol of immortality and resurrection. In many cultures the bee represents the soul, royalty, and a great and powerful goddess. The beehive exemplifies a community where each bee works together for the benefit of all. Honey is considered to cure physical, emotional and spiritual ailments and possesses the ability to heal wounds and fight infection.

Look for BNPink in Elle Magazine, November 2007 issue, on their
“Tips N Trends" page!

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The honeycomb not only provides nourishment, it can produce light in the form of candles.

At BNPink we work together to produce lovely, inspirational jewelry supporting Breast Cancer Research in the hopes of lighting the way for others and helping to find a cure.

Breast Cancer Statistics as of 2007:

We are making strides at: