Hello Hope xo!
I am so excited to share with you a new project I have been working on for some time now and you want to know how it all started? Well here you go….
When I first started my journey with cancer in 1999, I was given this button.(picture up there) It was something given to me by the hospital and I always wore it on my shirt. It became my lucky button. I would have it with me everywhere and then the greatest part of all was of course when my crush Josh Rhye came to visit me, he would put it on his shirt, which i thought was the best thing ever. :) Which at that point made it super lucky. Ha.
With that little back story, I have began a little project called “One In A Million “ with what I call our Lucky Buddy Button collection. A mother of a child battling cancer reached out to me about how there was a lack of items that go to helping and supporting childhood cancer and with tears in her eyes, as her baby girl was fighting upstairs on that 3rd floor she sent a few messages to raise the question of why? I looked at it not as a problem, but as a need. “See a Need, Fill a Need” kind of thing. I mean, if there is not a need then what is the point? And there is a great need, so that’s where the buttons came into play. While there are many amazing childhood cancer organizations making a big difference there is still room and a need to help raise more funds and spread more hope and as long as cancer is still without a cure, we must do what we can to help.
So I ask you to join me on this journey of ”Project One In A Million”. Right now there has been over 600 buttons sold and counting! Let’s get that number way up! You can help by just buying a little button. It’s not some big thing done by one person but something small that everyone does together that makes the most beautiful difference in the world. I was that kid with my lucky button and 20 years later I’m here to help spread just a little of that luck and hope to every child and family fighting for their life.
Get your lucky buddy buttons in the shop and pin them on your jackets, book bags, hats and car visors to spread just a little hope wherever you go. They’re super cute and you can collect them all!