Through the end of the year, 100% of the retail proceeds will benefit St. Anne's.

By Elana Zajdman
Nov 23, 2020 @ 12:56 pm
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Cynthia Erivo Wearing Foundrae's New All Rise Medallion
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Jewelry designer Foundrae and premier jewelry destination Broken English have partnered together in a big way to help eradicate systemic racism and fight for equality for the BIPOC community. Through the end of the year, 100% of the retail proceeds from Foundrae’s newest All Rise medallion will be donated to St. Anne’s. This incredible social service agency provides in-depth services, housing, and education to pregnant and/or parenting young women in one of Los Angeles’s most vulnerable communities. 

Olivia Wilde wearing Foundrae's New All Rise Medallion
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The pendant looks incredible on it's own chain or layered with several other pendants. For styling lessons on how to incorporate the piece into your existing wardrobe look no further than to Cynthia Erivo, Olivia Wilde, Behati Prinsloo, and Elizabeth Banks to name just a few of the celebrities who have recently been spotted in the pendant.

There’s no better time to splurge for you or someone special while also helping to raise money for racial and gender equality to support not only this generation but future generations to come.

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The medallion is sold exclusively at Foundrae.com and Brokenenglishjewelry.com, retailing for $2,650.

Elizabeth Banks wearing Foundrae's New All Rise Medallion.
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