16-year-old Brentwood resident Emmy Pynes teaming up with Karen Lazar Design to raise funds for The Breast Cancer Research Fund
By Jeff Hall
Pinkfinity, started by 16-year-old Brentwood resident Emmy Pynes, is teaming up with Brentwood-based jewelry brand Karen Lazar Design to raise funds for The Breast Cancer Research Fund (BCRF).
Pinkfinity, an online community designed to educate teens about breast cancer, was started by Pynes in 2020, when she learned her 32-year-old aunt had just been diagnosed with breast cancer.
Not knowing much about the disease, Emmy decided to learn – and then share with other teens– all she could via her platform, www.pinkifinity.org.
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Pynes and Lazar have designed a limited-edition bracelet, with 20 percent of the proceeds being donated to BCRF.
Sold exclusively at KarenLazarDesign.com and in the KLD Brentwood shop (by appointment only), the pink sapphire bracelet retails for $115.
There will also be a shopping event, open to the public, to be held on October 26th from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., hosted at the Karen Lazar Design Showroom at 11727 Barrington Court, # 208, in Brentwood.
There will be light refreshments and lots of pink jewels.