Reston, VA (January 29, 2018)– Dr. Laura Schlessinger has re-opened her jewelry boutique to help send children of fallen servicemembers to college. Known for her generosity towards charities that aid children and military veterans, this will be the second time that she is donating 100% of the sales from her personally-crafted jewelry boutique to Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation (Fallen Patriots).
Dr. Laura’s previous boutique in November sold out in a matter of days. Her Holiday Boutique raised an incredible $22,000 for Fallen Patriots. With the help of dedicated corporate sponsors and donors like Dr. Laura, Fallen Patriots is able to provide scholarships and grants to the children of the fallen ensuring that their parents’ legacies live on.
A college education is the single most important gift Fallen Patriots can provide to Gold Star children. Military families who lose a loved one in service to our country typically face a cost gap of $32,000 for a four-year college. Dr. Laura’s jewelry boutiques bring Fallen Patriots closer to bridging that gap.
The Valentine’s Day Boutique will be open to the public from January 31 to February 2 or while supplies last. All members of the Dr. Laura family are invited to a private, advanced sale beginning on January 29. To view Dr. Laura’s designs for Valentine’s Day, follow this link: https://www.drlaura.com/drlauradesigns.
About Dr. Laura
Dr. Laura has been delivering a daily dose of relationship tips and helpful advice to listeners for the last 30 years. Her internationally-syndicated radio program is available exclusively on Sirius/XM Radio’s Stars Channel 109 as well as online and via podcast. Additionally, she has authored thirteen books, including The Proper Care and Feeding of Husbands and four children’s books. Her website is available here: www.drlaura.com.
About Fallen Patriots
Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation honors the sacrifices of military heroes by ensuring the success of their children through college education. Since 2002, Fallen Patriots has provided more than $19.8 million in total assistance, including college scholarships, supplemental grants and educational counseling to military children who have lost a parent in the line of duty. Nearly 20,000 children from all across America will need future assistance. Help today by visiting www.fallenpatriots.org.