Harrison girls put jewelry-making skills to use helping children battling illness

Two 9-year-old girls are using their passion of making jewelry to help sick children.

News 12 Staff

Jul 26, 2020, 11:17 PM

Updated 1,391 days ago

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Two 9-year-old girls are using their passion of making jewelry to help sick children.
Briella Pondeccio and Audrey Capiola, from Harrison, have been friends since pre-K.

The girls began making jewelry for fun when they decided to turn a profit, launching an Instagram page and making sales.
At just $8 a bracelet ,they've sold over 100 pieces of jewelry raking in $1,000.
They've donated every penny to St. Judes Children's Hospital.
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