Drops of hope, courage and love

Kagi Jewellery’s latest collection has been designed especially for the Child Cancer Foundation.

Sales of the beautiful Aquamarine Hope Drops – $10 from every pair of Hope Acorn Earring Charms and $20 from every Hope Acorn Pendant – will go directly to the Child Cancer Foundation to help fund much needed support and care for families going through cancer treatment.

“Kagi is proud to help our children grow from small acorns into a forest of strong trees,” Kagi founder Kat Gee says.

The model for Kagi’s Hope Drops fundraising campaign is Bella, who was diagnosed with neuroblastoma (an aggressive cancer) when she was just 13-months-old.

“Bella has endured six cycles of chemotherapy, a seven hour tumour removal operation, a bone marrow transplant, 12 days of radiation, and six months of immunotherapy,” says Bella’s mum, Katie. “We spent countless weeks and months in hospital … We are now one year post-treatment and life is returning to a new kind of normal. She still has three monthly scans and so far so good. During this journey the Child Cancer Foundation was (and continues to be) an amazing support for our whole family in so many ways, and they will always hold a special place in our hearts.”

Bella web with her Kagi Drops of Hope Acorn

Trelise Cooper’s notebook designs

If you’re stuck for fashionable gift ideas look to Dame Trelise Cooper for inspiration.

She’s just launched a fabulous range of notebook sleeves in association with HP, and that’s not all. All proceeds from the sale of the ‘You’re All Sorts of Lovely’ design will go to Breast Cancer Cure.

The notebook sleeves are 14″, retail for $69.95 and are available from HP’s online store and Trelise Cooper boutiques.

TC cases for web