Screening Interview with Co-Owner Dr. Christina Blanchard-Horan
About Us a Necklace for Me is a store designed around the idea of providing fun affordable fine jewelry for those who like to give back. We curate over 300 necklaces, earrings, rings, and bracelets for customers to choose from. We are adding new quality products daily.
a Necklace for Me is a store designed around the idea of providing fun affordable fine jewelry for those who like to give back.
A Necklace for Me curates our collections to ensure you receive quality products that are delivered quickly and have high customers satisfaction ratings, as well as getting those good vibrations from giving back. Though we have over 300 jewelry pieces in our collections including necklaces, earrings, rings, and bracelets for customers to choose from, we continue to add new products daily.
It is our goal to offer our customers a conscientious buying experience that also improves the lives of women and children. We are making a difference and hope you will share in our enthusiasm that a little can go a long way when you are giving back.
For more than 20 years, Dr. Christina Blanchard-Horan, an American, has been dedicated to programs in more than 10 countries on the African continent.
Giving Back Story
Each purchase allows us to give back to the community. We have two plans. One is in East Africa. In this program we offer low interest short-term loans to women. You can see some of the results in other videos we have posted on the a Necklace for Me blog. These stories will give a sense of how contributions make made a difference. The Revolving fund has already helped many women. The program is run by colleagues in Southwestern Uganda by an organization providing public health services, the Ishaka Health Plan, Co-Owner Dr. Christina Blanchard-Horan is chair of the board for this organization. She founded the revolving fund with contributions and help from her other business GHL Solutions. The Ishaka Health Plan reaches out to rural communities and offers women access to the financing they would not otherwise be able to access. There are no banks that will loan to a poor woman with no collateral a small loan to buy some stock for her market stall or a new milking cow.
Our team investigates and demonstrates that these are women who can do much with a small loan. They initiate monitor and evaluate.