Foundation Contact: Suzanne Andora Barron
Media Contact: Nina Dietrich
For Immediate Release
Christopher Barron Live Life Foundation Partners with Nicole Vazquez Jewelry to Provide
Underserved Children Unique Opportunities
Glen Rock, NJ (September 18, 2009) – Jewelry designer Nicole Vazquez of Nicole Vazquez Jewelry has designed the
sterling silver and Swarovski crystal Live Life Bracelet exclusively for the Christopher Barron Live Life Foundation. The
bracelet commemorates Christopher Barron’s zest for life and celebrates his passion for his favorite baseball team – the
Mets -- with its distinctive blue and orange crystals. The bracelet retails for $60.00; 50% of the bracelet proceeds
benefit the Foundation in its efforts to provide underserved children unique opportunities.
Christopher Barron died in 2007 at the age of 9 from leukemia. The Christopher Barron Live Life Foundation’s mission
is to instill Christopher’s compassion and zest for life in children by providing them with unique opportunities to live life
and pursue interests he was most passionate about.
With Christopher's passion for creating and selling his own comic books in mind, The Foundation has established a
comic book writing program led by professional comic book writers and illustrators. In January 2010, the Foundation will
launch this innovative program with its partner, School 21 in Paterson, NJ, to offer the program to their 5th grade.
Equally important, the Foundation seeks to empower children by encouraging them to earn such opportunities through
dedication and hard work.
Christopher Barron Live Life Foundation is a public 501(C) (3) non-profit organization. For more information, visit www.
Nicole Vazquez Jewelry was established in 2004. Known as "trendy jewelry with a classic twist," Nicole Vazquez Jewelry
has been featured in magazines such as (201), Pregnancy and Newborn, Southern Lady and most recently seen on
interior designer and TV personality, Courtney Cachet on NBC 4.
For more information, visit www.Nicolevazquezjewelry.com
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