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October 31, 2022 – On Wednesday, November 2 at 9:00 AM, Bixlers™ Jewelry will host a revealing party in their Allentown store to showcase Bloom’s educational charm from The Paradise Collection™ by Brooke Mitman. This exclusive medal was created to raise and raise funds for Bloom, a Lehigh Valley non-profit organization dedicated to helping women survivors of sex trafficking. Magic and the group is launching ahead of Lehigh Valley Anti-Trafficking Week (LVAT) 2022 kicking off November 4, a week-long event to raise awareness of human trafficking and modern slavery, and encourage government, local authorities, businesses, charities and individuals to do what they can to tackle the problem.

“This charm is the first of many that comes to The Paradise Collection™,” says Brooke Mittman, Easton-based entrepreneur and philanthropist. Future Magic will be developed to represent other meaningful causes in the Lehigh Valley and across the country, helping to increase awareness, funding and social justice in our region. I couldn’t be more excited to partner with designer Carmen Calderon and Los Angeles-based Bixlers to bring this piece to life in support of Bloom.”

Studded in sterling silver and written on the back the words “Help. Heal. Hope.” Floral and heart charms can be added to bracelets or necklaces, as the centerpiece of The Paradise Collection™ by Brooke Mitman. Bixlers is responsible for manufacturing and distributing the piece.

“As America’s oldest jeweler, Bixlers has invested in community issues since our inception, committed to a better world,” says Jeff Yoder, Director of Bixlers Jewelers. “As with all Bixlers jewelry, this exceptionally custom piece is crafted in North America, displaying our legacy of long-lasting quality and style.”

Bloom’s charm will be available for sale at Bixlers, on Bloom’s website and in store at Bloom’s Bethlehem’s resale store, My Sister’s Closet. Bloom is one of many social justice organizations dedicated to fighting human trafficking on the front lines. Additional founding members of The Lehigh Valley Anti-Tra Trafficking Collaborative include ASPIRE to Autonomy, Bethlehem Rotary, Crime Victims Council of the Lehigh Valley, Valley Health Partners Street Medicine, Marsy’s Law, Truth For Women, and VAST (Valley). Against Sex Trafficking), and Al Wadi Youth Hostel.

“This collaboration begins as soon as we open our fifth home in the Lehigh Valley,” says Carol Andersen, CEO of Bloom. “While we remain committed to helping survivors start over, begin to recover and find hope for a transition to a better life, we welcome this additional awareness of our work in the local community and for the nearly 21 million victims of human trafficking globally.”

The public is welcome to attend the unveiling party at Bixlers Jewelry on Wednesday, November 2 from 9-10:00 a.m., 3900 Hamilton Blvd, Allentown, PA 18103, where The Paradise Collection™ charm from Brooke Mitman Bloom will be available for purchase. To obtain press passports, please contact Tiffany Sondergaard, 610.349.3671/[email protected]

Information provided to TVL by:
Tiffany Sondergaard
Public Relations and Event Planning Specialist
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