Beth Stern and Fine Jewelry Brand Star Animal Sundays Collaborate on Limited Edition Charm

02/22/2023 by

Beth Stern, NY Times best-selling author and national spokesperson for North Shore Animal League America, and fine jewelry brand Star Animal Sundays have launched a co-designed, limited edition charm symbolizing the protection for animals in need.

Stern, known for her passion of fostering and rehabilitating abandoned felines, has fostered, provided medical care, and found loving homes for nearly 2,000 unwanted cats and dogs. Stern has also been instrumental in the creation of Bianca's Furry Friends Feline Adoption Center which opened at North Shore Animal League in 2020, the world's largest no-kill shelter and rescue organization.

This abundance of love for animals has been key in the partnership of Stern's charity, Beth's Furry Friends Foundation, with the New York and Los Angeles based fine jewelry brand. The limited edition charm, available in an array of price points from $250 to $750, is available exclusively on the brand's website, with 100% of net-profits donated to Beth's Furry Friends Foundation.

The iconography cast within this special charm offers two breathtaking designs. One side features an all-seeing protective eye with a white diamond for clarity and purity, along with whimsical wings representing Stern's mantra of "time to fly," when her fosters are ready for their forever homes. The opposite side reveals a pink sapphire for compassion which sits at the top of a leafy vine which represents abundance and growth. Nestled at center is an infinity symbol, representing everlasting love. Two stars adorn the sides signifying Star Animal Sundays' respect and dedication to all animals.

Stern, who pledged to donate 100% of her proceeds to Beth's Furry Friends Foundation, noted, "I'm thrilled to collaborate with Star Animal Sundays on this very special charm. It was designed with love and passion and is not only beautiful to wear, but serves a bigger purpose in supporting cats and dogs in need of love and support."