HOLIDAY, Fla. – Tampa-based children’s charity Kids Wish Network announced today that, through luxury brand Restoration Hardware, a portion of the proceeds made by Catherine M. Zadeh’s “Words to Live By” bracelet collection will go to Kids Wish Network. Kids Wish Network is an international charitable organization dedicated to infusing hope, creating happy memories, and improving the quality of life for children having experienced life-altering situations.
“The generosity of Catherine M. Zadeh and Restoration Hardware is truly inspiring,” said Anna Lanzatella, Executive Director of the Kids Wish Network. “Not only are they helping us to raise much-needed funds for our essential programs and services, but they are also allowing us spread the word about the resources and services that Kids Wish Network makes available to families and children in need.”
“Words to Live By” is a series of corded bracelets adorned with bright silver charms that are boldly engraved with inspirational words and sayings, such as “believe,” “hope,” and “carpe diem.” These words match the messages for a happier, healthier future that Kids Wish Network promotes through their unique programs, such as Wish Granting, Holiday of Hope Gift Banks, Hero of the Month, and Kids Wish Network On Tour.
The bracelets range in price from $95 to $225 and a portion of the bracelet sales will go to Kids Wish Network. This collection is now featured in the Restoration Hardware Holiday Sourcebook, as well as on their website. To view the “Words to Live By” bracelet collection, visit http://www.restorationhardware.com/catalog/category/products.jsp?link=CatherineMZadehJewelryCollection&categoryId=cat2200010.
In creating the “Words to Live By” bracelet collection, Zadeh said, “My hope is that those who wear the bracelets will be encouraged to transform not only their own lives, but the world around them.” With some of the proceeds going to Kids Wish Network, the wearers are certainly helping to make a better world for kids in need.
For more information on Kids Wish Network, visit www.kidswishnetwork.org.