Press Release – Los Angeles, CA – Interior designer, entrepreneur and lifestyle blogger, Breegan Jane will be launching a new line of African jewelry exclusively on her new website, BreeganJane.com. The jewelry will be sold as a fundraiser to help benefit the fight against the practice of female genitalia mutilation (FGM) in Kenya and other African countries.
Breegan Jane has been working with World Vision to create proceeds for rescue homes in Kenya, donating 10% of all her professional endeavors to anti-FGM causes in Kenya. She recently traveled to Africa to visit a new girls school and refuge commissioned in her name as well as purchase the materials directly from Kenyan merchants. Her hope is to work with local African craftsmen to support their economy as well as donate all proceeds back into the community.
“It is so vital that we do our part as global citizens to end this horrific practice of FGM,” Breegan said. “To be able to bring such beautiful and culturally significant accessories to the U.S., and to know that every cent made will go directly to girls who are trying to escape the awful reality of FGM, is not just an honor; it is my responsibility.”
The line will consist of traditional handcrafted Kenyan jewelry, including necklaces, chokers, bracelets, headbands and waist bands. All proceeds will be donated to the Our Lady Queen of Peace Mtelo Girls Secondary School and Sekerr Community, and the World Vision Kenya Child Protection Project.
About Breegan Jane
Breegan Jane is an interior designer, radio show host, entrepreneur, mommy blogger and lifestyle expert in Los Angeles, California. As co-creator and co-host of Dash Radio show and podcast Mom Life Yo, Breegan Jane utilizes her experience as a mom and professional to connect, unite and support online listeners as they journey together through motherhood, women’s rights and global philanthropy.
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