The Donna M. Crandall Memorial Foundation has partnered with nationally acclaimed jewelry designer and artist Angela Moore to create a special theme bracelet to commemorate its 13th anniversary.
Popular for her hand-painted jewelry, resort fashions and home accents, Angela designed the Foundation bracelet to reflect Donna’s Irish heritage, using symbols that were important to her.
Incorporating shades of green, the DMCF logo/Celtic knot, shamrocks, polka dots and a stylized Claddagh, “The beads in the bracelet reflect Donna’s Irish pride and her spitfire attitude as she faced her disease with dignity, a sense of humor and heart,” explained Angela. “Her story fits nicely with our philosophy, which is to celebrate your own individual style with colors and themes that make you happy.”
“It is a great partnership for us,” said Lisa Cheney, Foundation Vice President. “As we look forward to celebrating our 13th anniversary, we wanted something special to mark the occasion, and these bracelets are a unique expression of the Foundation’s message.”
Featured as part of Angela Moore’s “Favorite Causes” selection (, bracelets can be reserved prior to Emerald Eve for $40 (email or purchased at the Emerald Eve gala for $50. In addition, look for bracelets at Circles in Stuyvesant Plaza/Albany or Gracie’s boutique in Newton Plaza/Latham in early November.

Posted on:  July 10, 2013