Chloe + Isabel by Suz Fundraiser to Help Mothers

Support St. Agnes Home for Mothers

WHEN: Month of January 2013
WHERE: Online
BONUS: Help Mothers at Risk Parent their Children and Buy Great Jewelry!

For the month of January 2013, Chloe + Isabel by Suz will be supporting St. Agnes Home located in West Hartford, CT. Proceeds from all jewelry sale commission will be donated to this home.

The mission of St. Agnes home is to provide residential care and supportive services for pregnant and parenting adolescent mothers and their infants.

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According to their web site,

St. Agnes Family Center offers a supportive setting in which young mothers and their infants are helped to increase their life skills and their ability to parent. The Center’s programs are designed to teach the young mothers basic baby care and baby safety, while insuring that the emotional needs of the infant are being met and that the plan of care for the infant, as well as that of the adolescent mother is appropriate to their needs.

Baubles for Babes Fundraiser for Moms!

I would greatly appreciate your support of this month’s benefit. If you are not into jewelry (or perhaps already a bit blinged out due to previous support..thank you all!) would you consider sharing this page with your friends, family and readers? Sharing is caring!

To learn more about Baubles for Babes project, visit the project page. To shop now and immediately begin supporting St. Agnes home visit the online boutique.  Note that all sales made during January will earn an entry into our random drawing for a free bangle set as well.


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Musings of the Lame was started in 2005 primarily as a simple blog recording the feelings of a birthmother as she struggled to understand how the act of relinquishing her first newborn so to adoption in 1987 continued to be a major force in her life. Built from the knowledge gained in the adoption community, it records the search for her son and the adoption reunion as it happened. Since then, it has grown as an adoption forum encompassing the complexity of the adoption industry, the fight to free her sons adoption records and the need for Adoptee Rights, and a growing community of other birthmothers, adoptive parents and adopted persons who are able to see that so much what we want to believe about adoption is wrong.

1 Comment on "Chloe + Isabel by Suz Fundraiser to Help Mothers"

  1. This is from the St. Agnes website: “All prenatal residents discuss adoption with counseling staff as an option for their infant.”

    How do you know that they aren’t pushing adoption, just as they did during the BSE? Maybe not as many mothers there are surrendering, but the profits-per-baby are more. If more than 2% of mothers there are surrendering, then there is most likely coercion involved.

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