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Nordstrom and Glassybaby Team Up for Mother’s Day Gift Idea

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Shop local for Mom this Mother’s Day, and give back at the same time! Nordstrom and glassybaby have joined forces to create Evelyn, a vibrant pink glass votive perfect for gifting (and getting). The best part? 10% of all purchases will go directly to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

The two Seattle-based companies are partnering to recognize Lauder’s commitment to breast cancer research and prevention, a cause that hits close to home for Nordstrom.

“We’re proud to partner with glassybaby to honor the incredible life of Evelyn Lauder, who passed away in November of last year,” says Laurie Black, Executive Vice President of Cosmetics at Nordstrom. “This special project allows Nordstrom to honor Evelyn, as well as our employees and customers, by donating proceeds to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.”

glassybaby founder Lee Rhodes, a three-time cancer survivor, is thrilled Nordstrom is joining them in their mission of giving. “glassybaby is all about goodwill and giving back,” she says. “We love that another Seattle-based company is joining us in our mission to donate money from sales back to charities helping cancer patients.”

The Evelyn glassybaby is exclusively available now for $44 at cosmetics counters in Nordstrom stores nationwide, as well as online at nordstrom.com. It comes gift-giving-ready adorned with a bow.

glassybaby was founded by a three time cancer survivor who found great healing in the light of a handmade votive during her battle. She wanted to spread that light and love.

Today, glassybaby has donated more than $875,000 from sales to charities dedicated to healing, quality of life and helping cancer patients with day to day needs during chemotherapy. The handmade votives are created by a team of 70+ artists in more than 400 colors at a Seattle studio. People give glassybaby as gifts of love, celebration, consolation and joy.

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