Lori Alhadeff is the mother of Alyssa Alhadeff, one of 17 people killed in the Feb. 14 shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla.
In her memory Lori Alhadeff is being honored by La Clé, through our 2018 Unlocked Project. The Unlocked Project recognizes influential individuals and gives them the opportunity to design custom products to help raise money for a cause that’s close to their heart.
"I know what my job is now. My job is to be Alyssa’s voice, because hers has been silenced. My job is to fight to make sure that other kids all across the country don’t have to go to school and feel unsafe. To honor Alyssa’s memory, I have created the organization Make Schools Safe with a mission of preventing school shootings. I will speak out to help create school safety standards to make schools safe for all kids in all schools."
Lori's custom designs includes a limited edition custom refocus wristband with the message “Take Action"
50% of the proceeds from these products will go to benefit the Make Our Schools Safe