Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Glamulet & the Fight Against Breast Cancer

As we all know tomorrow marks the first day of breast cancer awareness month. Breast Cancer is the 2nd deadliest cause of death for women around the world. Today, breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer among women. More than 200,000 new cases of invasive breast cancer are expected in 2015. Thousands of women will die of breast cancer but ground breaking research for the cure needs to be funded.  By the time 2050 NO woman should die of breast cancer.
 Glamulet is doing their part in helping with this cause.

The online company was founded in 2014 to bring woman trendy, elegant and affordable jewelry. Each charm and bracelet is crafted from quality materials to produce one of a kind jewelry for woman to be able to feel pretty and express themselves. Glamulet empowers women by giving them affordable accessories to state their fashion sense, commemorate an event or symbolize a special meaning. Glamulet makes it easy for you to find affordable and fashionable jewelry to meet any lifestyle whether its for yourself or someone near and dear.

Glamulet has made special limited edition charms so raise awareness for the disease. For every set of charms added to the cart, Glamulet will be donating 50% to charities to help find a cure!
For every set of charms added to the cart, 50% is donated to a charity organization. - See more at: will be donating 50% of their sales to charities to help find a cure for Breast Cancer.
For every set of charms added to the cart, 50% is donated to a charity organization. - See more at:
This statement can be found on the Glamulet web page.

"Right now breast cancer is at a tipping point. More women are surviving. But more are being diagnosed than ever before. And every 45 minutes, another woman dies from the disease. We’re going to change that. By doing whatever it takes, however we can, working tirelessly every day.

We’re bringing together the brightest minds, the boldest fundraisers and the most determined campaigners. And we need you to join us.

Because if we all act now, by 2050, we believe everyone who develops breast cancer will live."
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