Stella and Dot Trunk Show Benefiting There With Care


Here at San Francisco Moms Blog, we try to spotlight amazing non-profits that are making a difference in our community to bring extra awareness and support. Today we are excited to announce the launch of our Stella & Dot Trunk Show benefiting There With Care.  Stella & Dot, a San Francisco based company, provides high quality, fun and fashionable jewelry, bags, and accessories.  Their products are found exclusively through Trunk Shows and online e-commerce providing fashion, flexibility, and entrepreneurial opportunities to empower women!

For the next 3 weeks, treat yourself to something new

and 25% of the proceeds will be donated to There With Care

by our independent stylist. 

To reach the SFMB and Stella & Dot Trunk Show click here !


Learn about There With Care

Founded by Paula DuPre’ Pesmen and inspired by 4 special “wish” children Paula met while working on the set of the Harry Potter movies, There With Care was created to provide thoughtful and fundamental services to families who are struggling with critical illness. They help provide basic day-to-day services to help lift the burden during these difficult times. 

“There With Care of the Bay Area provides a wide range of fundamental and meaningful services to families with children facing critical illness. Following a referral from hospital social workers, we connect with the family and identify ways to provide much needed relief.  It may be groceries or a hot meal, gas assistance or transportation to treatments; it may be blankets or diapers, cleaning a home or babysitting siblings; There With Care does whatever it takes to allow parents time to focus on what is most important – their family and child. We currently partner with Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital in Palo Alto, UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital, Ronald McDonald House at Stanford, Family House in Mission Bay, and operate a warehouse in nearby Menlo Park. Taking things off their plate and giving families more time to be with their children is at the heart of our work and it happens through the kindness of others who ease their burdens. With the help of our generous community, we are able to be there for the families in ways that reduce the daily stresses that are overwhelming them.”


Mom, Dad, and 10-year old Timmy welcomed baby Alesandra at 25 weeks.  There With Care had the privilege of helping their family by providing transportation assistance so that brother Timmy could spend time with his sister at the hospital two hours away from home. Timmy loves football and through a kind donation, There With Care was able to provide the family with tickets to a Stanford football game to enjoy some time together. When Alesandra was finally healthy enough to be moved to a hospital closer to home, There With Care provided the family with essential baby care items for Alesandra, and clothing and back to school supplies for Timmy.

(Photo and Story provided by There With Care)


Join us as we support There With Care for the next three weeks

with our Stella & Dot Trunk Show!

If you would like to learn more about how to volunteer with There With Care and to support families and children facing critical illness email 

If you would like to learn more about how to work with Stella & Dot to become a stylist visit


Previous articleLove, Hearts, and Valentine’s Day Crafts
Next articleEvery Day is Valentine’s Day
Kelly migrated to San Francisco in 2009 after living in Chicago, Florida, and growing up in Texas. She is happy now to call the Bay Area her home. She is a licensed Physician Assistant and previously worked in OBGYN and Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. With the support of her husband and college sweetheart, Rob, she took a break from medicine to do something more creative! In addition to running San Francisco Moms Blog, Kelly is mommy to Mr. Gavin and Mr. Byron. She is happy to be the princess of the house! When she is not working or chasing her boys, she loves cooking, college football, and spending time and traveling with her family.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here