Unbroken Designs | The Unbroken Necklace in Gold
16" Gold Plating 'Unbroken' necklace
With 3" extender and Lobster closure and signature kettlebell hangtag on end of extender chain.
20% of proceeds from this necklace go toward benefiting Phoenix Multisport and their sober active community.
"Phoenix Multisport fosters a supportive, physically active community for individuals who are recovering from alcohol and substance abuse and those who choose to live a sober life. Through pursuits such as climbing, hiking, running, strength training, yoga, road/mountain biking, socials and other activities, they aid members in developing and maintaining the emotional strength needed to stay sober. All Phoenix Multisport events and activities are open to anyone with at least 48 hours of sobriety. Learn more here: Join The Phoenix Multisport Community.
This style is not only our name piece but also has held special meaning to the Unbroken founders for its symbolism with inner strength. We have heard many stories from women who wear the necklace as a representation of the struggles they have gone through which have left them "unbroken" and stronger than ever.
Drug and alcohol addiction is something that we are very sensitive too. Kat's mother passed away a few years ago after struggling with the alcoholism and Jen has very close relatives that live with the daily challenges of recovery. Both of us have dealt with our own demons as well and attribute CrossFit as one of the major saving graces in our lives. Fitness, specifically CrossFit (in our opinion), has been a healthy way for recovering addicts to channel their focus and be supported by a like minded healthy community.
Because of the reasons listed above, we are donating 20% of proceeds from the Unbroken Necklace to Phoenix Multisport. Phoenix Multisport is a nonprofit that has facilities across the US which are accessible to community members recovering from drug and alcohol abuse. The facilities provide a sober living community that engages in healthy fitness activities inside and outside the gym. We hope that recovering addicts will have the chance to find a new healthy addiction the way we have."