Holiday Maker Spotlight – Moonstone Momma Campaign

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The second annual “Moonstone Momma” Fundraiser is underway. Facilitated by MMC Momma Amy, the fundraiser originated as a way to support parents on Antenatal bed rest after a 10 week stay at Victoria Hospital in 2015. 

The Moonstone Momma 2017 Fundraiser is in support of the Women and Children’s Shelter of Barrie’s “Holiday Hope Campaign”.

Moonstone is regarded as one of the best all-round healing crystals for Women’s health and wellness.

( If you aren’t into specific properties of gemstones, it’s also just a beautiful rock!)


Cost: 25$

What you get:

* A handmade Genuine Moonstone pendant on an 18” Sterling Silver chain in simple packaging.

* A digital print out with details about the “Moonstone Momma” necklace and fundraiser to include when gifting a beautiful necklace this holiday season.


How to order:


1. All orders must be received by December 17th through filling out THIS form: . (Orders submitted after December 17th will be considered at time of request)

2. After completing the form, you transfer payment to

3. You pick up your necklace order from one of the following dates and times OR Order by NOVEMBER 27th and have your oder shipped to you via Canada Post:


* DECEMBER 10th, The Paperie By Katie Williams , 11am- 4pm

* DECEMBER 13th, Serenity Birth Studio, 10:30am- 11:30am

* DECEMBER 22nd, Serenity Birth Studio, 10:30am-11:30am



YES- alternative arrangements for delivery and pick up will be arranged. Please email to discuss.


Holiday Hope Campaign

“Did you know that there are 10 women and 18 children staying in the Barrie shelter right now? They are staying here tonight because they are afraid for their safety and the safety of their children. Just imagine for a moment that a mother has arrived in the middle of the night with just the clothes on her and her son’s backs. No time to retrieve any belongings in the quick escape. A pattern of abuse from her partner has been steadily increasing for some time now and it got to a point where it’s safer to leave than to stay. Barrie City Police responds to a noise complaint and quickly determines the risk to the woman and her child. They offer to bring her to the shelter to get help immediately and make invaluable connections to resources which will help her rebuild her and her son’s lives. You may not know this but Barrie City Police respond to an average of 100 domestic violence calls every month. Violence against women is an epidemic in Barrie and around the world. It happens in every income level, age group, culture, geographic area and racial group.” -Women and Children’s Shelter of Barrie.


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