Pearl is honored to be a recipient of the Red Cross Real Heroes award, alongside the impressive company of other world-changers.
As a student at The Healdsburg School, seven-year-old Pearl Fisher learned about the lives of young girls in Africa who don’t get to go to school and have to retrieve water for their families from a dirty stream a long way from their village. Wanting to help, Pearl started designing and selling greeting cards and asked her friends to donate to the cause. She has now raised more than $10,000 for Water4 to help drill wells for the villages. On Friday, April 27, Pearl was honered with the International Services Hero award at the Red Cross Annual Heroes Breakfast. Hear more of her story here.
Do you tune in to KZST? Listen for Pearl’s Hometown Hero spot, airing for the next month on KZST and their family of radio stations! (Or click here to hear it.)
Water4 made an inspiring difference in 2017, and we are so honored to be part of their good works. Check out their 2017 Impact Report!
We are super excited to announce the release of Pearl’s newest designs! Available for purchase online now — and they make great stocking stuffers!
Two of our local newspapers have written lovely pieces on Pearl and her project in the last few days, and we are grateful to them for helping to share Pearl’s story.
Read them here:
Cards now available at Mr. Moon’s! Pearl is thrilled to have them at her favorite gift store in Healdsburg 🌝 💦
Another business is helping to build wells! Jenn at Yoga On Center offered to sell Pearl’s cards and support the project. Look for them on the counter before and after classes; ask if you don’t see them. Namaste!
More support for building wells from Comstock Wines! Kelly let Pearl choose where to display her cards, and they agreed that right by the register would be ideal.
Another local business has graciously offered to support Pearl’s project by selling her cards. Carlisle at Dragonfly Floral helped Pearl with merchandising!
The nice folks at our local gas station want to support Pearl’s project and offered to sell her cards at the register. Leroy set them out front and center!