During the month of October, Chloe + Isabel will be donating 20 percent of proceeds from the sale of this 'candi for a cause' collection to the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
The collection includes six different necklaces (Faith, Love, Dream, Peace, Believe, Brave). Each charm necklace holds a special meaning.
Enjoy a $55 prix fixe dinner at Fig & Olive -- and $10 of that will go to National Breast Cancer Foundation.
Chef Wilfrid Hocquet, along with author and nutritionist, Elissa Goodman, have created a special prix fixe NBCF menu available exclusively the month of October.
Elissa's inspiration behind the menu:
"I started off with a list of the most beneficial cancer fighting foods and was determined to include as many of these into the menu as possible, we pulled from my research of the most nutrient dense foods in the world choosing menu ingredients from the “ANDI” Guide (Aggregate Nutrient Density Index). Not only are they extremely high in cancer fighting antioxidants, but these are foods that I turned to when I was going through my diagnosis and I recommend all of my clients try to work in a minimum of 6 servings per day.
We’ve been able to present a prix fixe menu that is maximized by superfoods and focuses on seasonality as well as the principles of Mediterranean diet, which is a high consumption of extra virgin olive oil, fruits, vegetables and fish and elimination of refined carbohydrates. The balance of protein, carbohydrates, sugar, and fiber was also taken into consideration along with portion control. We have also kept it pescatarian and have eliminated gluten and provided an option without dairy."
Bucketfeet will donate $10 from each pair sold to help fund Bright Pink's programs. The "One in Eight" shoe design was selected from the "design-for-a-cause" submissions coming from Bucketfeet's community of 40,000 artists all over the world. The shoe is designed by Brittney Grandmaison to help educate and equip young women to assess their risk for breast and ovarian cancer, reduce their risk and detect these diseases at early, non life-threatening stages.
50 percent of sales go to Breast Cancer Angels, an organization that helps low income patients, who are often single mothers or just a pay check or two away from the streets, afford the medicine, food and shelter they need for themselves and their families as they undergo treatment.