The EmbraceHOPE Collection is hand-crafted by people who have been affected by chronic kidney disease, providing them with the opportunity to help RSN and to share their experiences, strength, and hope with one another at the same time. Visit our Etsy Website

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EmbraceHOPE's Kidney Jewelry pieces are a unique way to honor a donor, healthcare professional or someone special. Our sparkling Kidney Pavé Pendant is set with rhinestones with elegant symmetry. Available in gold, silver or hematite. Measures about 7/8 of an inch with a 24: ball chain with ball and chain clasp. Arrives packaged in a keepsake Organza Bag with an RSN Embrace Hope Card as a token reminder that your purchase of this special gift helped benefit those with kidney disease.

Everyone is always grateful to receive a second chance. When it comes to receiving the "gift of life", a second chance has new meaning. RSN celebrates all the people who give the greatest gift by donating an organ to those in need.

 

Remind yourself and others of the importance of HOPE. This collection of positive messages encased in glass cabachon charms make excellent gifts. Choose from brass or silver, 4 designs in all.

 

Each of the 12 handmade bracelets is dedicated to an incredible woman who helped me prepare for my fourth kidney transplant. Making jewelry has always been a way to help me cope with kidney disease, and I'm thrilled to have the opportunity to honor these women, who are as unique as the bracelets themselves. - Lori Hartwell.

Crafted By People Affected by CKD

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About EmbraceHOPE

The EmbraceHOPE Collection is hand-crafted by people who have been affected by chronic kidney disease, providing them with the opportunity to help RSN and to share their experiences, strength, and hope with one another at the same time.

 

Lori Hartwell founded Renal Support Network (RSN) in 1993 to empower people who have kidney disease to become knowledgeable about their illness, proactive in their care, hopeful about their future and make friendships that will last a lifetime.

Lori was diagnosed in 1968 with kidney failure and knows how important hope, peer connection and knowledge is to survive and thrive with an illness.

An Illness is too demanding when you do not have hope. –Lori Hartwell

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Lori Hartwell, RSN President & Founder