sharing the love
Jewelry brightens life in many different ways. Not just for special occasions—but for special causes. We recognize we have a role to play in sustaining hope and making life better for those in need. We take it to heart by supporting charities that are dear to us.
We support the following organizations:
The Humane Society of the United States is the nation's largest and most effective protection organization. We donate $3 from the purchase of each PAWSitively Yours Diamond Jewelry™ item to The Humane Society.
We love pink.
The pink ribbon is a global symbol of support for breast cancer awareness. We help people keep hope alive for a cure by offering a standout selection of pink ribbon jewelry. We donate $10 from the purchase of this pendant to the American Cancer Society.
A percentage of all sales from our LoveFire collection featuring Greenland rubies and sapphires goes to the PinkPolarBear Foundation. A foundation supporting international polar research in all disciplines, particularly programs focused on understanding the mechanisms driving climate change.
BCRF is proud to welcome G-SHOCK as a partner this year. This year, G-SHOCK will enable 400 hours of life-saving research by donating $20,000 to BCRF.
Court Appointed Special Advocates is a national association in the United States that supports and promotes court-appointed advocates for abused or neglected children. We will donate $10 to CASA from the purchase of this pendant.
Wind & Fire jewelry is made in the US from recycled, reclaimed materials. Proceeds help sustain care for children with disabilities.
Diamond Empowerment Fund (DEF) was founded in 2007 with a mission to empower youth and create a new generation of ethical leaders in countries where diamonds are sourced. Thousands of students have received financial assistance or scholarships from DEF and Fred Meyer Jewelers.
JFC is the jewelry industry's official charity, generously supported by those who create and sell fine jewelry and watches. Since its inception, JFC has donated nearly $60 million to national programs benefitting children who have been affected by illness, abuse, or neglect.