Dear Eliana Opal Ring
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Wear a little love.
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Designed with her mother in mind, Alyssa created this sterling silver ring with an opal at the center. The opal is Alyssa's birthstone, while the braided touch symbolizes the bond between her and her mother. Its elegant design makes it a perfect ring that can be worn with a little love day or night.
25% of profits from this ring will go to the Knowledge is Power Program in Texas, commonly known as KIPP Texas, an organization close to Alyssa’s heart. Donations will go towards helping train teachers and principals, developing curriculums, educating more kids, and provide college and career support.
- Created by Original Alyssa Vargas
- The opal is Alyssa's birthstone which also symbolizes love and hope
- 925 Sterling Silver ring
- Available in sizes 6, 7 and 8
- Lead and nickel-free
Give Back: 25%
We love when a plan comes together, and for Alyssa it has! All product has shipped to customers…ahem the Nation. If you were one of the lucky ones who ordered, you should expect its arrival any day now, so keep an eye out!
A Right to Education
KIPP Texas Public Schools relentlessly pursue preparing all students for success in college, leadership, and life. They've established an unwavering commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion. Together with families and communities, KIPP Texas creates joyful, academically excellent schools that prepare students with the skills and confidence to pursue the paths they choose — college, career, and beyond — so they can lead fulfilling lives and build a more just world. KIPP Texas is committed to equity in education with an instructional program in which students will be given the opportunity to master the fundamental skills of reading, writing, listening, speaking, spelling, and mathematics. Other fundamental learning in the arts, literature, foreign language, natural sciences, social sciences, physical education, and college and career readiness skills is provided for all students. Recognition is given and provisions are made for the individual capabilities, creative talents, needs, and interests of each student.