Colby Davis of Boston

Colby Davis of Boston has selected Cure Alzheimer’s Fund as the beneficiary of its Pendants with a Purpose campaign in honor of Alzheimer’s Awareness Month in November.

The ‘Pendants with a Purpose’ campaign launched in October 2023, to provide customers with an opportunity to purchase a specialized pendant each month to benefit a non-profit organization.

During the month of November, 20% of the sale of the Medium Tree of Life Sterling Silver Pendant will be donated to Cure Alzheimer’s Fund.  The pendant is available in French blue, gray, light blue, light green, oxidized silver, and white and features an inscription on the back that reads: “Family. Where life begins and Love never ends.”

“We are very excited to support Cure Alzheimer’s Fund with our Pendants with a Purpose charitable initiative,” said Lia Lombara, primary jewelry designer at Colby Davis of Boston.  “This cause is near and dear to my heart as my father is currently battling the disease. Being able to raise awareness and funds for an organization that is actively researching how to slow the progression or even prevent the disease is critically important.”

“We are so grateful to Colby Davis of Boston for the beautiful designs included in Pendants With A Purpose and their generosity in partnering with us to provide financial resources to enable scientists to make progress against this disease,” said Meg Smith, CEO of Cure Alzheimer’s Fund.

Colby Davis of Boston was founded in 2014 by the mother-daughter team of Lia Davis Lombara and her two daughters, Lexi Colby and Taylor Davis Lombara. The company’s signature pendants are individually fired to capture the originality and craftsmanship that goes into making the highest quality glass enamel jewelry.  The entire jewelry line is made in the United States and can be viewed online and at its flagship retail store at 33 Newbury Street in Boston, Massachusetts.

The Medium Tree of Life Sterling Silver Pendant is available online at and at its flagship store located at 33 Newbury Street in Boston, Massachusetts, every day during the month of November.