Kendra Scott Brand to ‘Give Back’ to Raymond A. Wood Foundation for World Kindness Day

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Just in time to get a jump on holiday gift giving, the community, supporters, friends and family members of the Raymond A. Wood Foundation are invited to take part in an opportunity to purchase Kendra Scott brand jewelry and support brain tumor survivors with quality of life challenges. The event takes place on November 14th for World Kindness Day.


World Kindness Day is an international holiday that was formed in 1998, to promote kindness throughout the world and is observed annually on November 13th as part of the World Kindness Movement. It is observed in many countries including the United States, Canada, Japan, Australia and the U.A.E. World Kindness Day presents us with the opportunity to reflect upon one of the most important and unifying human principles. On a day devoted to the positive potential of both large and small acts of kindness, try to promote and diffuse this crucial quality that brings people of every kind together.  (source)

Through such initiatives as “Kendra Gives Back” and “Kendra Cares,” the company in 2019 alone donated more than 85,000 pieces of jewelry and partnered with more than 6,800 organizations across the country. 

On Saturday, Nov. 14, Kendra Scott will support Raymond A. Wood Foundation through virtual and in-store shopping at the Fairfax Mosaic District. Twenty percent of all proceeds from purchases made in person or on will directly benefit the Raymond A. Wood Foundation. 

Supporters can shop in person from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at Kendra Scott store at 2920 District Ave in the Mosaic District in Fairfax, VA. Supporters may also shop online at Nov. 13th and 14th and enter code GIVEBACK04V5.


Raymond A. Wood Foundation Foundation Relies On Donations

According to Amy Wood, Executive Director of the Raymond A. Wood Foundation, brain tumors diagnosed in the hypothalamic-pituitary axis in the brain are highly survivable, however, most often leaves the patient with lifelong secondary conditions that are rare and challenging to manage.  The foundation’s mission is to support survivors of these brain tumors and their caregivers by providing a means to get access to education, medical devices or therapies that may help with ongoing chronic conditions that result from brain tumor treatment. The foundation also connects with treating doctors to find better ways to support these survivors. Donations from events like this support the foundation’s programs and outreach.