In honor of Mother’s Day 2015, the Scosha Atelier has partnered up with Circle of Health International (COHI) to launch the latest addition to the Scosha Jewelry Collection, Little Scosha.

Celebrating the mothers in our lives who have inspired, protected, and guided us, we’ve collaborated with the international charity to pay homage to the women in our lives that continue to face the struggles that come with battling the safety, bravery, and health of motherhood in underdeveloped countries. 

Together, we’ve designed a limited edition of signature Scosha bracelets with 100% of the proceeds going to ensure quality care to mamas and babies in crisis situations around the world; each dollar spent will be promised to address the women of local communities with immediate and long-term needs including disaster relief, professional training, and supplies.

Since its creation ten years ago, COHI has helped serve 3,000,000 women around the world; delivered 500,000 supplies, trained over 7,000 healthcare professionals, placed more than 200 volunteer clinicians and health professionals in humanitarian emergencies, and even rebuilt a birth center in Haiti. Today we are proud to be part of this ever-growing community devoted and dedicated in making a difference in the world.

View the collection here.

Scosha + GIVE Scent

Together, Scosha and GIVE Scent designed a series of bracelets with 20% of the proceeds being donated to two incredible foundations: Women for Women International and Every Mother Counts.

Since its creation, Women for Women International has given hope to more than 351,000 women survivors of war and conflict, promising to address women’s immediate and long-term needs, work to improve their status and opportunities and see what can be done to create a more just and peaceful world.

Every Mother Counts is a campaign to end preventable deaths caused by pregnancy and childbirth around the world. Every Mother Counts informs, engages, and mobilizes new audiences to take action to improve the health and well-being of girls and women worldwide.

View the collection here.