Paspaley’s “Kimberley Bracelet” for cancer research
Paspaley's Kimberley Bracelet.
25 November 2016
Paspaley has released the “Kimberley Bracelet” in support of cancer research at the Garvan Institute of Medical Research.
While Paspaley has supported Garvan for many years, this custom keepsake in our honour is a first with 25% of the proceeds from each bracelet being donated to the Cancer Division at Garvan. Every customer also has the opportunity to choose which type of cancer research they wish to support - bowel cancer; breast cancer; lung cancer; ovarian cancer; pancreatic cancer; prostate cancer or sarcoma research.
The Kimberley Bracelet – a unisex accessory uniting sandalwood and lustrous pearls, natural elements unique to Western Australia’s Kimberley region – is the first Paspaley product to have its proceeds donated to the Garvan Institute.
Mr Andrew Giles, Chief Executive Officer of the Garvan Research Foundation, says, “Paspaley’s Kimberley Bracelet is a stunning and unique piece of jewellery which Garvan is really pleased to have an association with. For so many of us, our experience of cancer is associated with one cancer type – pancreatic cancer, for instance, or breast cancer – so being able to choose a specific cancer research program to receive the donation from each customer’s bracelet is fantastic.”
The Kimberley Bracelets start at $680 AUD, including circlé pearl and sandalwood and are available at all Paspaley boutiques located in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Darwin and Broome and online at paspaley.com/eboutique.