Presenting a few great ways to shop and support the Marshall Direct Fund.
The Woods Fine Jewelry
100% profits benefit MDF
Bold pieces with natural elements and exquisite diamonds. The designs from sisters Sam Hitchcock Terkun and Shawn Hecox are word by women across the globe including celebrities such as Kate Hudson, Ashley Olsen, Charlize Theron, and Paris Hilton. The charm is inspired by the MDF Logo. Beaded choices are pictured here. Looks great alone or worn with several. $300 for bracelets of wood or horn, $350 for ivory
Contemporary Handcrafted Jewelry by Lauren Markley
50% of proceeds benefit MDF
Hand-forged hoops of sturdy sterling silver wire are formed into neat egg-shaped ovals, hammered outside for a slightly faceted look, then sanded to a matte finish. They hang from ear wires of contrasting oxidized sterling silver. The ovals are roughly 3.5cm x 3cm (1.4″ x 1.2″). $74.00
Sturdy sterling silver wire is fashioned into beautiful geometric bangles and tumbled for strength and a glossy finish. Overlapping ends and irregular angles add visual movement.
Bangles fit an average wrist and are 2.5″ in diameter. This listing is for three (3) bangles. $120.00
Betsy’s Barefoot Books
30% of the proceeds from any purchase will go to MDF
Barefoot Books explore other cultures and instill a respect for diversity and promote global connections. Books listed below are just a sample from a whole line of books that highlight world cultures! Visit the website for more here.
Meet Mulla Nasruddin, a legendary character whose adventures and misadventures are enjoyed across the Islamic world. This witty collection of stories portrays his eccentric, engaging and irreverent character. Nasruddin always has a twinkle in his eye, a sliver of wisdom in his ramblings, and a few good surprises up his sleeve! Suggested for ages 6 and up. $15.99
The Arabian Nights is a collection of fables, fairy tales, adventure stories, and historical anecdotes from across India, Persia, and the Arab world. Want to know more about the stories, characters, and the book’s inspiration? Check out The Arabian Nights Reader’s Guide. Suggested for ages 8 and up. $24.99
Discover festivals from eight different cultures - Each of the stories tells of the origins of a different celebration and is preceded by factual and cultural information about the way the holidays are observed in modern times. Suggested for ages 8 and up.
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