BLUE FOR PINK COLLECTION
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, MSBLUE will donate 100% profit for every power of jewelry purchased in the BLUE FOR PINK collection to Breast Cancer Awareness organizations. The collection is created solely to support Breast Cancer efforts, and includes beautiful necklaces, ring and earrings all featuring pink sapphires and blue sapphires with breast cancer ribbon designs.
TOGETHER, WE CAN END BREAST CANCER!
MAKE AN IMPACT
National Breast Cancer Awareness Month is October, 2022. During Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October and throughout the year—people wear pink ribbons to honor survivors, remember those lost to the disease, and to support the progress we are making together to defeat breast cancer.
SHOP TO SUPPORT
Featuring select products designed exclusively for Positive Promotions, they're ideal for giveaways, survivor gifts, and stylish ways of sharing positive messages.SHOP THE COLLECTION
OUR COMMITMENT TO BREAST CANCER
Our dear designer, Edna Ron Bruce, who was passionate about breast cancer research and education, lost her life to metastatic breast cancer in May 2019. We continue her legacy by taking action, and further cancer research by donating profit percentages from your purchases from the exclusive BLUE FOR PINK Collection. MSBLUE is honored and proud to make this small but sincere support.
Make a difference in the lives of people with Breast Cancer
During October, for every item purchased from our BLUE FOR PINK Collection, we will donate 100% of the net profits to Breast Cancer Awareness organizations.
Beautiful, affordable and ethical fine jewelry handcrafted in the USA using ethically sourced conflict-free Moissanite diamonds and lab grown gemstones. By choosing MSBLUE, not only are you getting beautiful jewelry, but you are also repairing mining communities, protecting the environment, planting trees and giving back.
The Breast Cancer Research Foundation is the largest private funder of breast cancer research in the world. More than 44,000 lives are lost to breast cancer in the U.S. each year.