Children’s Wish Foundation of Canada releases line of jewellery


To help grant wishes, the Children’s Wish Foundation of Canada has released line of jewellery that will be sold across all Lawtons Drugs locations in Atlantic Canada.

The Foundation is known for helping children, families and communities by granting the wish of children diagnosed with a life-threatening illness. Since 1984, the Foundation has granted more than 22,000 wishes across Canada.

The Wishbone jewellery line includes the Wishbone Necklace, which is “a joyful creation that is a symbol of hope and motivation for wish children and their families” according to a press release from the Foundation.

About 20 per cent of proceeds from the sales of Wishbone jewellery will go towards helping grant a wish. The new collection includes three designs, which are cadmium-free and made from lead, nickel, and Austrian crystal rhodium-plated sterling silver, retailing from $9.99 to $12.99.

“We are very excited about The Wishbone necklace and earrings. Joy is a powerful gift, and The Wishbone necklace is a joyful creation that will help grant more wishes for our wish children. We are thrilled that Lawtons Drugs has partnered with us to help grant wishes,” says Cheryl Matthews, Chapter Director, Nova Scotia Chapter of The Children’s Wish Foundation. CJ