Sabika Founder & CEO, Karin Mayr, shares personal story of childhood abuse and announces partnership with CASA of Westmoreland, Inc. and ChildLaw Services of West Virginia.
PITTSBURGH, April 5, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — This April, Sabika, Inc. and Sabika Consultants are creating awareness and raising money to support organizations helping children find a way out of abusive homes. Fueled by a strong social media campaign, “Little Hearts. Big Love,” Sabika is donating a portion of sales from Sabikakids Parties, the Sabikakids Market and the Little Hearts Sabika Daisy® Necklace to CASA of Westmoreland, Inc. and ChildLaw Services of West Virginia.
“Child abuse is very close to my heart and it is something I have personally experienced,” explains Sabika Founder and CEO, Karin Mayr. “That is why we chose to partner with two organizations that give them a voice and a chance to get out of these horrible environments.”
Sabika is inviting customers to hold Sabikakids Fundraising Parties. 10% of the party total will be donated to a children’s organization of their choice. The Sabikakids Market is an online exclusive program giving Customers an opportunity to purchase Retired Sabika pieces, up to 50% off, with 1% of the sales being donated to CASA of Westmoreland, Inc. and ChildLaw Services.
Head Designer, Alexandra Mayr-Gracik, created the hand-soldered Little Hearts Sabika Daisy® Necklace as a symbol of hope for children. It features the Sabika Cut® created by Swarovski in Crystal. Retailing for $89, Sabika is donating $25 from every Little Hearts Sabika Daisy® Necklace to CASA of Westmoreland, Inc. and ChildLaw Services.
Sabika is sharing Karin Mayr’s story, child abuse statistics and testimonials of hope throughout the month at Sabikakids Parties, on sabika-jewelry.com and through their social media channels. They are inviting their Consultants to submit videos of hope to be viewed online. Click here to hear Karin Mayr.
“There are 4 million reports of child abuse a year. It is time to elevate the conversation and do something.” Karin Mayr, continued, “…for me, this is just a starting point.”
For more information about Sabikakids month, to schedule interviews with Karin Mayr, Alexandra Mayr-Gracik, Executive Director, ChildLaw Services, Cathy Wallace or Executive Director, CASA of Westmoreland, Inc., Mandy Zalich, please contact Jennifer Schlieper at 412-580-7440 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
A company by women for women, Sabika, Inc. is a family-owned, direct-sales company showcasing beautiful, original Collections of jewelry sold exclusively by Sabika Consultants. Sabika is committed to charitable causes that provide support families, donating more than $2.5 million to local and national charities. To learn more, please visit www.sabika-jewelry.com
About CASA of Westmoreland, Inc.:
CASA of Westmoreland, Inc. is a volunteer-based organization providing a voice in the courts on behalf of abused and neglected children in Westmoreland County.
About ChildLaw Services:
ChildLaw’s vision is to advocate for the well-being of children throughout West Virginia.