Health & Wellness

Allderdice High School students make custom jewelry for cancer survivors

Julie Farber, founder of Jewelry Love, works with high school students who make custom jewelry for local cancer survivors.

Julie Farber (pictured left), founder of Jewelry Love, invited Stephanie Scoletti (pictured right), young adult survivor and Director of Support Services for the Cancer Caring Center to visit Allderdice High School and watch students create custom jewelry for local cancer survivors. The students will present each recipient with their piece of jewelry in May at a private ceremony. It is a beautiful event, hosted by Julie who is truly making a positive impact in Pittsburgh.

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