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Gabriel ‘Stronger Together’ Necklace to Benefit National CASA/GAL via Jewelers for Children

The charity supports court-appointed volunteer advocacy for children.

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(Press Release) Gabriel & Co., a New York-based jeweler and member of Jewelers for Children, a longtime funder of the National CASA/GAL Association for Children, is highlighting National CASA/GAL’s mission and supporting Jewelers for Children with a special edition “Stronger Together” necklace.

According to Gabriel & Co., the “Stronger Together” necklace features a beautiful circle pendant made from two intertwined strands representing the strength of togetherness that can be worn every day as a reminder of the power of humanity and strength in these challenging times.

“The power of humanity and strength in challenging times are two core values of the National CASA/GAL — values we have seen in action throughout the pandemic as our programs and volunteers have continued to show up for more than a quarter-million children and families,” according to a press release from National CASA/GAL.

Proceeds from sales of the “Stronger Together” necklace will benefit Jewelers for Children, an initiative of the jewelry industry that, since 1999, has donated nearly $57 million to programs benefiting children whose lives have been affected by illness, abuse or neglect.

For 18 years, Jewelers for Children has invested in National CASA/GAL’s mission to work with state and local member programs to support and promote court-appointed volunteer advocacy so every child who has experienced abuse or neglect can be safe, have a permanent home and the opportunity to thrive.

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