Moms create jewelry to support autism

Puzzled Jewelry, created to raise awareness and funds for autism is once again available at London Drugs stores until March 31.

Puzzled Jewelry was created by three Metro Vancouver moms with boys who have autism. The earrings are available at London Drugs with funds to help autism programs.

Puzzled Jewelry was created by three Metro Vancouver moms with boys who have autism. The earrings are available at London Drugs with funds to help autism programs.

Puzzled Jewelry, created to raise awareness and funds for autism is once again available at London Drugs stores in B.C. and Alberta until March 31.

Puzzled Jewelry was created by three Metro Vancouver mothers, Patricia James, Debbie Su and Keri Kennett, who were joined together by an autism diagnosis affecting each of their little boys.

In 2016, their campaign raised over $34,000 through the sale of Puzzled Jewelry necklaces at select London Drugs locations in B.C. and Alberta. This year, they have created 925 sterling silver puzzle earrings to support their continued fundraising efforts.

At a cost of $20 plus tax, partial proceeds from the earrings will go towards the Pacific Autism Family Centre (PAFC). The core purpose of the PAFC is to become a knowledge centre while providing the support and services required by individuals with ASD and their families.

The Centre is the hub for research, and collaboration, providing individuals and their families with resources for their lifespan and is the first of its kind in North America.

Puzzled Jewelry earrings will be available until March 31 at most London Drugs locations. Show your support in a photo wearing your earrings and share it on social media with #PacificAutism.