Seven years ago, twin sisters Emma and Claire Nesbitt made and sold plastic-beaded bracelets with friends while on a trip in Colorado. Later they donated their $110 profit to MD Anderson Cancer Center.
Emma and Claire, now 16-years old, discussed with their parents about giving back and doing “something that would make a lasting impact on the community,” says Claire, a student at St. Agnes Academy and member of National Charity League (NCL) – whose mission is “to foster mother-daughter relationships in a philanthropic organization committed to community service, leadership development and cultural experiences,” according to their official website.
15% of the proceeds will benefit the Ronald McDonald House of Houston. Personal Appearance by Jewelry Designers, Emma and Claire Nesbitt, High School Students! Enjoy complimentary sips & light bites! RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org or 713-255-0052
Emma and Claire began a non-profit, Hope Thrives, this summer with their high school friends to help raise money to donate to four successful charities in Houston who serve Houston children and families at-risk, falling through the cracks, or in need of special support. We would be grateful if you could take a few minutes to stop by Bering's on Saturday (Weslayan at Bissonnet) and help support their mission to make a positive difference in the lives of those who need it most. You could buy one holiday gift that can make a huge difference. 100% of all proceeds from...