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Every cancer cause is close to our hearts. And we strongly believe that all cancers matters, which is why we celebrate National Cancer Prevention Month in February!
If you believe in standing up to all cancers but aren’t quite sure how to get involved, we have the perfect way for you to give back. Our Cancer Prevention Bracelet is available at our online store, and 50% of proceeds are being donated to cancer research organizations that are very dear to our hearts.
This bracelet is handcrafted from green Czech glass beads, with a Swarovski crystal charm and original Saint Vintage tag. You can take a closer look here.
When you wear this bracelet, it is a symbol of hope… of strength… of love.
But is there a certain cancer cause that has affected either you personally or someone that you love? We also have all of our cancer awareness bracelets available for sale online for a limited time!
What color do you fight for? Pink for breast cancer?
Black for skin cancer?
Or pearl white for lung cancer?
Whatever your cause – we have them all! See all of our bracelets inspired by the many different cancer ribbon colors in our Love Links Collection here.
We have a color for every cause because we believe that all cancers matter. Your story matters. So join us in raising awareness for every cancer or your specific cancer cause in February! 50% of all of our bracelets sold are donated to cancer research to help find the cure sooner.
If you purchase one of these one-of-a-kind accessories, please take a picture! We would love to share your support. Just tag @saintvintage or #SaintVintage on your favorite social media platform so we can see it!
Your accessory could help find the cure to cancer.