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We know you've been following the blog, so you know about our Famous Artists Collection, but do you know that the artists choose their charity and we make it all happen? So, we wanted to feature a wonderful cause that Anna Nalick chose called pablove. 100% of the profits from her donated guitar string bracelets goes to this amazing charity for families and children battling childhood cancer.

(Pab)love was founded in 2008 when a child named Pablo was diagnosed with cancer. When a child is diagnosed with a life threatening disease, a whole community suffers, too- but without the full familiar support needed, often times the families and communities are left empty... wondering why a child would ever have to suffer through this.

Pablo's family took to the internet to share about treatments, give updates and stay connected though his battle, which was sadly lost 6 days after he turn 6 years old. With the following they'd build online, full of friends and family as well as total strangers, they felt a virtual community come together to mourn with them, but more importantly, to support them.

This, pablove was born with a message and spirit to drive children battling for their lives. Their mission to invest, inspire and improve is inspiring us here at Wear Your Music, and giving us a reason to keep pursing our mission to bring music, charity, fashion and innovation together!

Checkout pablove's story HERE. Or support them with Anna's bracelet HERE!

We teach children living with cancer to develop their creative voice through the art of photography. - See more at: http://www.pablove.org/shutterbugs/#sthash.MjyTU3zv.dpuf

 

Too many families like ours are on a similar journey. That’s why The Pablove Foundation is dedicated to our mission to:

  • Invest in underfunded, cutting-edge pediatric cancer research
  • Inspire cancer families through education
  • Improve the lives of children living with cancer through the arts
- See more at: http://www.pablove.org/about/#sthash.DZYmbMmc.dpuf

Too many families like ours are on a similar journey. That’s why The Pablove Foundation is dedicated to our mission to:

  • Invest in underfunded, cutting-edge pediatric cancer research
  • Inspire cancer families through education
  • Improve the lives of children living with cancer through the arts
- See more at: http://www.pablove.org/about/#sthash.DZYmbMmc.dpuf

When a child is diagnosed with cancer, an entire community is diagnosed with cancer. Mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters, schoolmates, neighbors—even cyberspace friends—are moved by something we all feel intuitively: kids should never have to experience cancer.

Our (pab)love story began in 2008, when our son Pablo was diagnosed with bilateral Wilms Tumor, a rare form of childhood cancer. From the day of his diagnosis, we took to the blogosphere to keep our loved ones up-to-date on Pablo’s progress…to vent…and to preserve our countless happy moments with him. Soon, our oldest friends were rallying alongside perfect strangers to help our family through each day.

Even with love pouring in from around the world, our “happily ever after” didn’t come: Pablo passed away six days after his sixth birthday. On that day more than any other, our amazing community wrapped its collective arms around us—and their love inspired us. In this exchange, The Pablove Foundation was born.

Pablove’s mission is based on our own journey with childhood cancer: our impassioned desire to find a cure, our search for information as parents trying to make informed decisions about our child’s treatment, and our desire to allow Pablo to still be a kid while he was in treatment.

Too many families like ours are on a similar journey. That’s why The Pablove Foundation is dedicated to our mission to:

  • Invest in underfunded, cutting-edge pediatric cancer research
  • Inspire cancer families through education
  • Improve the lives of children living with cancer through the arts
- See more at: http://www.pablove.org/about/#sthash.DZYmbMmc.dpuf

When a child is diagnosed with cancer, an entire community is diagnosed with cancer. Mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters, schoolmates, neighbors—even cyberspace friends—are moved by something we all feel intuitively: kids should never have to experience cancer.

Our (pab)love story began in 2008, when our son Pablo was diagnosed with bilateral Wilms Tumor, a rare form of childhood cancer. From the day of his diagnosis, we took to the blogosphere to keep our loved ones up-to-date on Pablo’s progress…to vent…and to preserve our countless happy moments with him. Soon, our oldest friends were rallying alongside perfect strangers to help our family through each day.

Even with love pouring in from around the world, our “happily ever after” didn’t come: Pablo passed away six days after his sixth birthday. On that day more than any other, our amazing community wrapped its collective arms around us—and their love inspired us. In this exchange, The Pablove Foundation was born.

Pablove’s mission is based on our own journey with childhood cancer: our impassioned desire to find a cure, our search for information as parents trying to make informed decisions about our child’s treatment, and our desire to allow Pablo to still be a kid while he was in treatment.

Too many families like ours are on a similar journey. That’s why The Pablove Foundation is dedicated to our mission to:

  • Invest in underfunded, cutting-edge pediatric cancer research
  • Inspire cancer families through education
  • Improve the lives of children living with cancer through the arts
- See more at: http://www.pablove.org/about/#sthash.DZYmbMmc.dpuf

When a child is diagnosed with cancer, an entire community is diagnosed with cancer. Mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters, schoolmates, neighbors—even cyberspace friends—are moved by something we all feel intuitively: kids should never have to experience cancer.

Our (pab)love story began in 2008, when our son Pablo was diagnosed with bilateral Wilms Tumor, a rare form of childhood cancer. From the day of his diagnosis, we took to the blogosphere to keep our loved ones up-to-date on Pablo’s progress…to vent…and to preserve our countless happy moments with him. Soon, our oldest friends were rallying alongside perfect strangers to help our family through each day.

Even with love pouring in from around the world, our “happily ever after” didn’t come: Pablo passed away six days after his sixth birthday. On that day more than any other, our amazing community wrapped its collective arms around us—and their love inspired us. In this exchange, The Pablove Foundation was born.

Pablove’s mission is based on our own journey with childhood cancer: our impassioned desire to find a cure, our search for information as parents trying to make informed decisions about our child’s treatment, and our desire to allow Pablo to still be a kid while he was in treatment.

Too many families like ours are on a similar journey. That’s why The Pablove Foundation is dedicated to our mission to:

  • Invest in underfunded, cutting-edge pediatric cancer research
  • Inspire cancer families through education
  • Improve the lives of children living with cancer through the arts
- See more at: http://www.pablove.org/about/#sthash.DZYmbMmc.dpuf

When a child is diagnosed with cancer, an entire community is diagnosed with cancer. Mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters, schoolmates, neighbors—even cyberspace friends—are moved by something we all feel intuitively: kids should never have to experience cancer.

Our (pab)love story began in 2008, when our son Pablo was diagnosed with bilateral Wilms Tumor, a rare form of childhood cancer. From the day of his diagnosis, we took to the blogosphere to keep our loved ones up-to-date on Pablo’s progress…to vent…and to preserve our countless happy moments with him. Soon, our oldest friends were rallying alongside perfect strangers to help our family through each day.

Even with love pouring in from around the world, our “happily ever after” didn’t come: Pablo passed away six days after his sixth birthday. On that day more than any other, our amazing community wrapped its collective arms around us—and their love inspired us. In this exchange, The Pablove Foundation was born.

Pablove’s mission is based on our own journey with childhood cancer: our impassioned desire to find a cure, our search for information as parents trying to make informed decisions about our child’s treatment, and our desire to allow Pablo to still be a kid while he was in treatment.

Too many families like ours are on a similar journey. That’s why The Pablove Foundation is dedicated to our mission to:

  • Invest in underfunded, cutting-edge pediatric cancer research
  • Inspire cancer families through education
  • Improve the lives of children living with cancer through the arts
- See more at: http://www.pablove.org/about/#sthash.DZYmbMmc.dpuf