The Valentine's Gift that Keeps on Giving

05 February 2019

The Valentine's Gift that Keeps on Giving

This Valentine’s Day, why not treat your loved one to a gift that keeps on giving?

Teens Unite has worked alongside jewellery brand, Estella Bartlett to create a beautiful, limited edition bracelet to raise vital funds for the charity’s work, which supports young people from across the UK who have been diagnosed with cancer. The bracelet was designed by the team at Estella Bartlett and some of the young people Teens Unite supports.

Featuring a delicate bee charm, the young people working on the design aptly named the item of jewellery ‘Bee Positive’, relating to the positivity Teens Unite brings at what is often a fearful, lonely and isolating time.

The bracelet costs £10 and is beautifully packaged on a presentation card. You can make your purchase by visiting our shop, where 100% of this cost is donated to the charity.

Every day in the UK, seven teenagers will hear the words ‘you have cancer’. To prevent these young people from facing their battle alone, Teens Unite brings them together through workshops, activities and residential stays. They are able to make friends with others in a similar situation, rebuild their confidence and self-esteem, learn new skills and live a life outside of cancer.

Debbie Pezzani, CEO and Co-Founder of Teens Unite has said: “We’re so proud of the bracelet and the young people who worked alongside Estella Bartlett to create such a wonderful design, with such a poignant meaning.”

She continues: “It’s so much more than a bracelet. Your purchase will be helping to make a difference to the life of a young person at a time when they need it most.”

To guarantee delivery in time for Valentine’s Day, purchases will need to be made by close of play on Monday 11th February. Alternatively, the bracelet can be purchased from Teens Unite’s Head Office at 99 High Road, Broxbourne, Hertfordshire, EN10 7BN.

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