Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Jewelry Designer Raises Money for the Sarcoma Alliance

Coleen Workman is a talented and successful jewelry designer in Salt Lake City, Utah. She has a relative who was recently diagnosed with sarcoma for the second time. She went through all the treatments two years and ago and it has come back. This time, with a vengeance. She has started treatment again and it’s tough. She is only 49 and has two beautiful grand babies. Additionally, her father was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in December 2009. Her family’s story is much like other people when they get the news. Coleen and her three sisters and spent their time finding out everything they could about these awful diseases.

During this time Coleen started making jewelry for family and friends to keep hope and her father in their thoughts and prayers. She wanted to do more and contacted the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network and was able to display her jewelry on their website. She loves helping them raise money for research and also helping other families to have hope. Her father passed away in August 2010.

Coleen contacted the Sarcoma Alliance an offered to sell some of her beautifully designed jewelry on our website, helping us support those affected by sarcoma. All of her designs are made with the highest quality sterling silver and semi-precious stones. For the Sarcoma Alliance her jewelry is made with a yellow stone called citrine. The jewelry is finished without pits and discoloring. Each piece is shipped in a yellow organza bag with an information card on how to care for it and Never Lost Hope statement. If you would like to see her work and order a piece visit our store at: http://www.sarcomaalliance.org/Donations/our_store.shtml

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