April 6: Shelby Valint Inspiration Silpada Fundraiser
Shelby Valint’s parents searched for answers for 10 years before TGen’s Center for Rare Childhood Disorders not only gave them hope, but found a treatment for Shelby that allowed her to walk, talk, and even dance. Now the family wants to give back.
With help from Desert Mountain School teacher Tracy Livingston, Shelby and her mom, Renee, will be hosting a Silpada Designs jewelry boutique fundraiser to raise money for TGen so that other families, too, can have hope.
Join Shelby and friends Saturday, April 6 from 1 to 5 p.m. at 1517 E. Red Range Way in Phoenix (just south of Desert Hills near the Sonoran Preserve) for an open house and jewelry showcase. Silpada representative Gailynn Garberding will be donating all proceeds to the Shelby Valint Inspiration Fund to benefit the Center for Rare Childhood Disorders.
There will be no formal presentation and no pressure … just great .925 sterling silver jewelry and a great cause.
If you are unable to attend the event, place an order online at the Silpada web address below. During checkout, please notate that the purchase should go toward hostess “Shelby Valint Inspiration Fund” so that the sale can be credited properly.
Wear your jewelry and honor Shelby, and raise awareness for rare childhood disorders!