Accessories, Clothing and Jewelry

Raquel Fauza, a Wellesley jewelry designer and mom of a daughter with type 1 diabetes (T1D), has created a T1D medic alert jewelry collection that is available for purchase exclusively at Impulse by Adamas Fine Jewelry, 180 Linden Street in Wellesley. Each piece can be customized for any medical condition and can be worn everyday, as a necklace, bracelet, single charm, and more. JDRF will receive 100% of the proceeds from the sale of this jewelry.  View the collection and purchase online.

100% of the proceeds from sales of Ruth Treitman‘s hand crafted silver jewelry collection at the Clever Hand Gallery benefit JDRF. The Clever Hand Gallery is located at 52 Central Street, Wellesley, MA, (781) 235-3272. To view Ruth’s collection, please visit

Brighton has selected JDRF as one of seven Charities of Choice with their ABC Ribbon Charms. Charms can be purchased for $25 and $20 of each charm sold will be donated to JDRF! The charms are available at all Brighton Retail Stores, including Massachusetts stores at the Natick Collection, Burlington Mall, and the Derby Street Shops in Hingham. To learn more, visit

nine five ltd. was started with two goals in mind: to provide individuals with a headwear brand that defines their personality, their lifestyle and what they stand for, but more importantly, team up with charities and foundations who seek to put an end to environmental, health and other global issues. For every custom order nine five ltd. produces, a portion of the sale will be contributed to the live this day fund. At the end of each year, nine five ltd. will equally distribute the contributions amongst each one of the charities that the company has teamed up with, including JDRF. To learn more and to make a purchase in support of diabetes research, visit

radrr is a maker of fun, cool and stylish insulin pump and mobile device cases and accessories. The company was born out of founder David Winegar‘s own experience with diabetes and insulin pumps – his son was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes (T1D) in 2008 at the age of 6. raddr is donating 15% gross of each sale (not including shipping) to JDRF New England in an ongoing promotion. Visit and your donation will be credited back to the Chapter. The company is also offering a special discount on its value pack for insulin pumps, containing a case, a pin, a belt and Techni Ice cooling/warming pods, for an additional 10% savings for JDRF members. Just enter the code BAYSTATE in the discount box at check-out.

Jana Brinkhaus is proud to announce the launch of her Web site, myBibzy is simply a baby bodysuit, otherwise known as a “onesie,” with a built-in bib to prevent drooling babies from getting soaked. The product is also helpful with babies that spit up and those learning to use a sippy cup. myBibzy is a family owned business founded by Jana and her husband Chris, who, in addition to four of his siblings, has T1D. Jana and Chris’ daughter was also diagnosed with T1D in November 2009. Because of the family’s connection to the disease, a portion of each sale will be donated to JDRF. The company’s mission is two part: to provide a functional, quality product and to assist in finding a cure for T1D.

Silpada Designs, based in Kansas City, the original and fastest growing .925 Sterling Silver Jewelry company in the United States, is partnering with JDRF through its national Polishing Off Diabetes Campaign. For every Polishing Cloth sold, Silpada Designs, in conjunction with its independent Representatives, will donate $1 to JDRF.

The signature 10″ x 8″ cotton fabric cloth retails for $5 and is specially treated and designed to polish Silver, Gold and Platinum jewelry. It will help your jewelry shine and will add a little sparkle to a child’s life!

For more information about Silpada, visit For more information about the “Polishing Off type 1 diabetes” campaign, visit

Celebrity Designer ElyseRyan, whose jewelry adorns the likes of Katie Couric, Diane Lane, Catherine Zeta Jones, Jessica Simpson, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olson, has created a unique JDRF jewelry collection. Notably, her ElyseRyan jewelry line has been featured at Saks Fifth Avenue, Bloomingdales, and select jewelers throughout the country. She credits her inspiration for the JDRF collection to the strength and courage demonstrated by her daughters’ childhood friend, diagnosed with T1D at age 4, and the mother’s passion to increase awareness. She designed the JDRF jewelry collection with aspirations of utilizing her talents to promote the need for diabetes research to find a cure.

Crafted from sterling silver and Swarovski crystal, the jewelry can be purchased directly online at The collection includes designs for both teens and adults. Each piece of jewelry purchased is sent with a signature card in a designer ElyseRyan pouch.

Elyse has drawn on her success to give back, and JDRF is fortunate that she has selected our charity as one to which she is willing to lend her name, time and talent. 10% of the retail price from the JDRF jewelry collection sold will go directly to JDRF.

For the Teens and Tweens: For a Lifetime
The teen design, dedicated to all teens, features sparkling blue Swarovski crystals, pearls and silver accents with the ElyseRyan signature closure accented with two round garnet cabochons. It is available in three lengths, 15″ $85, 16″ $95 and 18″ $105. Drop earrings to match in blue and silver sell for $45. In a world filled with popular designer jewelry and clothing, it’s great to have a designer line for teens at reasonable prices to spread awareness and support diabetes research.

Stunning is the Word: Perfect for a Woman of Any Age
The adult design is dedicated to all mothers, recognizing their sleepless nights and constant worry, and to individuals who courageously face the disease with no vacation from its ever-present management. This stunning necklace is made with an iridescent tear drop shaped Swarovski crystal, set in intricately carved sterling silver with a matching 18″ chain and ElyseRyan signature garnet toggle clasp and offered at $98. The crystal teardrop radiates a prism of colors and takes on various hues to compliment any outfit. When wearing the necklace, one can’t help but feel hope–it is a reminder that every day JDRF is moving closer to a cure.