BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) — Meet Meah Simpson. At age 14 she is one of five patients at Children’s of Alabama to be selected to create jewelry for store Kendra Scott. The necklace, named after Meah, is a made of select silver with a set turquoise gemstone–her favorite color.
A senior at Lawerence County High School, she created the necklace to be sold in September at the Kendra Scott Summit location where a portion of sales will benefit Children’s Hospital of Alabama.
Kendra Scott, in an effort to raise awareness and funds for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, is partnering with the Alabama Center for Childhood Cancer and Blood Disorders at Children’s of Alabama. Five patients impacted by the ACCCBD will create their own unique necklace which will be sold online and in the Summit during the month.
To learn more about Meah and her story, click here.