Lisa Barriere, Viola Davis, Tracy Appleton

LLCF Featured at 74th Annual Golden Globes

BURLINGTON, VERMONT–The Love Light Compassion Foundation (LLCF) is proud to announce it was one of only three non-profits prominently featured at the 74th Annual Golden Globes, GOLDEN GLOBE(S)®, DPA Luxury Gifting Suites from January 5 to 7, 2017.

Tracy Appleton Tarrant Founder and President of LLCF said, “We are thrilled to have this opportunity to share our Love Light Compassion Foundation mission and compassion based jewelry line with the Television and Film industry. One-hundred percent (100%) of the proceeds from donations and sales of the Foundation’s compassion based jewelry line support this mission. The way we make 100% of the proceeds work is due to the individuals and corporations who generously donate their time, talent and expertise to LLCF. They are tops in their field, and we are truly blessed to have them participating in our consortium.”

Formed in 2014, The Love Light Compassion Foundation’s goal is to provide emergency financial assistance to patients and their families during a major-medical crisis in our local and global communities. The Foundation was built on the principal that compassion is one of humanity’s greatest gifts. This beautiful spiritual thread connects us all, and to help one another is truly the purest form of love and light.

LLCF was present in the DPA Luxury Gifting Suites to share the mission with Golden Globe nominees and presenters. “A-List celebrities, up and coming stars, writers, producers and composers all connected deeply with our love light compassion mission. Viola Davis, Angela Bassett, Sharon Stone and Beau Bridges, Jill Alexander, Felicity Huffman, Jackamoe Buzzell, Chandler Kinney, Issac C. Singleton, Jr., Isabelle Huppert, Darrell Britt-Gibson, Letoya Luckett and Issac Ryan Brown, Anthony Anderson and the whole cast of Blackish, just to name a few are wearing and gifting LLCF compassion jewelry and sharing the Love Light Compassion Foundation mission with family, friends and their community. We couldn’t be more grateful,” said Appleton Tarrant.

LLCF’s Artisan Jewelry is handmade and mindfully sourced by our collaborative design team: Matthew Taylor, Master Artisan Jeweler and Lily Canfield, Jeweler both based in Vermont.

For more information on donations or purchasing jewelry visit www.lovelightcompassion.org. Wholesale inquires, please contact Lisa Barriere at lisa@LUXstrategic.com.

The Love Light Compassion Foundation was formed in 2014 to address the needs of individuals and their families who are financially adversely affected by a medical diagnosis. The Foundation’s goal is to assist those who need emergency financial assistance during a time when they may not be able to earn income or are burdened with additional costs due to their health condition. The Foundation raises money through donations and the sale of compassion-based jewelry. Needs are identified through referrals from providers and health care professionals at area health care institutions. For more information visit: www.lovelightcompassion.org

Image Caption: Left to Right, Lisa Barriere, LLCF Board Member; Viola Davis, winner Best Supporting Actress—Motion Picture (Viola is wearing the LLCF Rose Gold Peaceful Buddha Necklace with diamond); Tracy Appleton Tarrant, Founder, Love Light Compassion Foundation, Inc.