Open Your Heart to and Help Fight Heart Disease

This "Open Your Heart" necklace from helps fight heart disease

The image of a heart is symbolic of so many wonderful things.  And, as mother’s day, graduations, weddings and other special events begin to approach, giving a woman a piece of jewelry with a heart on it can mean anything from “I love you” to “I think you’re special.” It’s the perfect Valentine’s Day Gift for a special friend, a sister, a mom, a mentor.

If you want to also purchase a heart pendant that’s going to do a lot of good for others, as well as help you look nice, consider this newest talisman from  Jewelry For A Cause.   This “Open Your Heart” necklace is just $35.00 and 20% of the proceeds go to the American Heart Association.  It arrives in a red velvety pouch. The round, silvery talisman features a cutout of a heart in the middle, and a warm, red enamel surrounds it. The pendant is suspended from a key-chain style, 17″ chain with lobster claw clasp.  While it’s not fine jewelry, it’s a fine idea to help fight heart disease.  In fact, you may not be aware that heart disease is the number one killer among women.   According to the National Coalition of Women with Heart Disease,  61,256 women die each year from heart attacks!



This Open Your Heart pendant would make a great gift not just now, in the “month of love,” but all year round, for bridal party favors, a new mom, or perhaps, your mom (for mother’s day).  Jewelry for a Cause has all sorts of other talismans as well that give back to worthy causes such as breast cancer research, Japanese Disaster Relief, multiple Sclerosis, and Any and all are lovely to wear, lovely to give, and even better to receive from someone special – like you.  Visit to get the Open Your Heart necklace, and any of the other pretty and worthy items they sell.

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