In September, we challenged our Young Entrepreneurs, youth ages 11-17, to sell as many You are Loved Force For Good® Charms as they could!
The You are Loved Charm was designed by Young Entrepreneur Eliana Perez and aims to raise awareness to those who are struggling with thoughts of suicide. The semi-colon is symbolic within the suicide awareness community as it represents the author wanting to end a sentence, but choosing to keep going instead.
This Charm gives back 100 percent of the profits to suicide prevention awareness organizations.
When our Young Entrepreneurs sold at least 12 You are Loved Charms, they earned surprise happy mail! And, the Top 5 sellers will also be receiving an Origami Owl® T-Shirt and some other OWL-some prizes!
Congratulations to all of our Young Entrepreneur September Incentive earners below:
Brianna & McKenzie Telford
Young Entrepreneur Spotlight
Kate and Morgan Fischer – Owlette Team
Kate and Morgan, 15-year-old Owlette, Fischer joined O2 at the end of September and generated over 250 PV to earn the exclusive “Believe. Dream. Achieve.” Necklace – in just four days! Kate and Morgan have plans to us their O2 business to give back to others. Morgan is currently fighting cancer like a Girl Boss – she even launched her O2 business from her hospital bed.
Home: Carlsbad, CA
Team Name: Mom and Mo
Started with O2: September 26, 2020
“We started this journey with O2 because our friends, fellow Owlette Team Hadley and Tiffany Golden, told us about Origami Owl and the wonderful jewelry. We have known Tiffany for almost 10 years now, and she introduced us to O2 way back then. We enjoy the whimsical Charms and think the jewelry is classic and fun.”
Using Their O2 Business to Give Back
“Morgan is currently battling Hodgkin’s Lymphoma and is just finishing six months of chemotherapy. Morgan has been active in fundraising for cancer awareness. She has raised over $6,000 for the American Cancer society and St. Jude’s hospital. She’s also involved with the YMCA Guides Program and the American Cancer Society relay for life event.
Morgan plans to use her O2 business to raise money for cancer awareness, as well. She would love to build Locket looks for kids in the hospital. Ideally, it would be a gift for them. Morgan received backpacks filled with coloring books, earbuds, a Kindle, etc. – things that make the hospital less boring and to keep kids entertained while they’re there doing treatments. She’s even spent her own money to buy toys for the treasure box at the clinic.
Morgan just wants to put smiles on the faces of kids battling this wicked disease. She loves helping others and continues to be a bright light for kids just like her. Morgan believes in taking it, ‘one day at a time.’ O2 means she can start a business on her own schedule, while being creative, too.”