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New Jewelry Collection to Help Support Children’s Home


EVANSTON, IL - Artist Eve J. Alfillé introduces a new jewelry collection that will help support the Women’s Board of Children’s Home + Aid. Eve J. Alfillé Gallery & Studio will give 10 percent of the purchase price of these unique pieces directly to Children’s Home + Aid. The new designs, based on the non-profit organization’s new butterfly logo, will be unveiled at a fundraising event hosted by the Gallery.

“It’s an honor to continue our relationship with such a caring and dedicated group of people, focused on this important cause,” says Alfillé. “Children’s Home + Aid is working to support children and their families to ensure that they have the tools to overcome incredible challenges and live up to their full potential. These people and this cause inspire us to give back to a community that has allowed us to pursue what we love for many years.”

Last November, Children’s Home + Aid introduced its new butterfly logo. The metamorphosis of the butterfly symbolizes the essence of Children’s Home + Aid, to help children, youth and families grow and change, so they may build a better life for themselves. The new collection is very representative of this symbol and its meaning, but infuses Alfillé’s trademark approach to making unique pieces meant to connect with the personality and soul of the wearer.
“When we were approached to create this series we agreed that the butterfly logo was a wonderful basis for this collection, with the child being enveloped within the transcendent form of the butterfly,” added Alfillé. “Although these pieces are clearly representative of the logo, we were able to add elements that represent the passion and inspiration that comprises this wonderful organization. For instance, we used pearls in many of the pieces, which are a symbol of hope, rebirth and renewal.”

The Children’s Home + Aid jewelry pieces are available for purchase at the Eve J. Alfillé Gallery & Studio, 623 Grove Street, in downtown Evanston or online at The Gallery will donate 10 percent of all sales proceeds from this collection directly to Children’s Home + Aid. The pieces in this special collection are crafted one at a time, by hand.


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