Jenny Mann and Tim Barbour, the co-founders of Strung, a music inspired jewelry line made from authentic guitar strings, brought holiday joy to pediatric cancer patients at Hackensack University Medical Centers’ Children’s Cancer Institute sitting with them bedside during their chemo treatments and making bracelets for them.
“When we first started working on Strung over two years ago, one of our main goals was to pair this concept with a charity. We always felt like music can bring people together and being a music inspired brand, giving back was a top priority. When we discovered Tackle Kids Cancer, we felt an instant connection to their cause. Raising money for pediatric cancer is something that we wanted to be a part of. Everyone we have met through TKC has been so gracious and welcoming, we know we have found a home with them,” said Strung co-founder Jenny Mann.
During the month of December, Strung will be donating 10% of their online sales to Tackle Kids Cancer where one hundred percent of all donations made to Tackle Kids Cancer benefit the essential clinical care, unique support services and groundbreaking cancer research needed to find a cure.
Jenny Mann and Tim Barbour are also part of the four-piece national touring rock band Blameshift, based out of Long Island, NY. They are encouraging bands and artists to get involved with Tackle Kids Cancer by donating their guitar or bass strings so they can create unique one of kind bracelets that will benefit Tackle Kids Cancer. Confirmed artists include Gemini Syndrome, Famous Last Words, Stitched Up Heart, Bigwig, Shallowside, Blameshift, The Funeral Portrait, Versus, Artwork, Thieves, Civil Youth, Alex Di Leo and 7 Minutes in Heaven.
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