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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.



MSBLUE made a heartfelt commitment to donate 100% of the profits from every purchase for National Breast Cancer Awareness Month in 2022. 2023, our dedication to making a significant impact in the battle against breast cancer remains steadfast. MSBLUE encourages everyone to join us in wearing pink ribbons. These ribbons not only serve as a symbol of honor for survivors and remembrance for those we have lost to this disease but also represent our collective support for the strides we are making together in the ongoing fight to conquer breast cancer. Together, we can make an even greater impact and bring hope to those affected by this challenging journey.

Sharing My Breast Cancer Awareness Story
Inspiring Others to Stay Strong

Breast cancer is a journey that no one ever wants to embark on, but it's a path that many of us find ourselves walking. Breast cancer changed our life, but it also gave us a new purpose – to raise awareness, support others, and share our story to inspire hope and courage. Together, we can make a difference in the fight against breast cancer. Let's stand strong, spread awareness, and encourage every woman to take charge of her breast health. Together, we are a force for change, and together, we can save lives.

"The Pink Ribbon Run"

I've been a nurse for over two decades, and in my career, I've had the privilege of caring for many breast cancer patients. Each one has left a mark on my heart.  As a nurse, I learned that while medical care is crucial, emotional support and a sense of community can make all the difference in a patient's battle against breast cancer. 
— Sophia A.

 "Hope Blossoms"

My sister, Lisa, is my hero. She's the embodiment of strength and resilience, and her battle with breast cancer has forever changed the way I view life. Today, Lisa is a survivor, and her journey has taught me the importance of early detection, the strength of a loving family, and the power of turning adversity into advocacy. She continues to inspire me and countless others with her unwavering spirit.
— Emily J.


Featuring select products designed exclusively for Positive Promotions, they're ideal for giveaways, survivor gifts, and stylish ways of sharing positive messages.



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.