We believe the future of jewelry should enhance your personal energy while empowering you and your community. Complementing the beauty of our craftsmanship, we have connected every piece to a charitable cause.
Currently, we are collaborating with fourteen charities and counting. We have made charitable giving one of our priorities, devoting significant resources to this part of our business. The way we see it, we are here both to style people and help them.
Heart to Heart International
is distributing urgently needed equipment & medication to partners here and around the world during this global crisis.
partners with schools & at their centers through 82 local organizations – focuses on the development of the whole girl. A combination of long-lasting mentoring relationships, a pro-girl environment & research-based programming equips girls to lead fulfilling & productive lives, break the cycle of poverty, & become role models in their community.
Give to ensure girls have the experiences & opportunities to thrive. For every $1 raised to Girls Inc., 88¢ goes to supporting girls' development.
The organization's namesake, Ali Forney
, was a gender-nonconforming teen who fled his home at 13. He entered the foster care system where he was bounced around to several homes, and was beaten & abused. Ali ended up living on the streets at the age of 15. Ali was dedicated to helping other young people & publicly advocated for the safety of homeless LGBT youth. Tragically, in December of 1997, Ali was murdered in Harlem—
shot in the head & left for dead.
Committed to saving the lives of LGBTQ young people, in 2002 Carl Siciliano founded the Ali Forney Center (AFC) in memory of Ali. Since AFC's launch with just six beds in a church basement, the organization has grown to become the largest agency dedicated to LGBTQ homeless youths in the country—assisting nearly 1,400 youths per year through a 24-hour Drop-In Center which provides over 70,000 meals annually, medical & mental health services through an on-site clinic, and a scattered site housing program.
Their mission is to provide LGBTQ young people housing & a continuum of supportive services to help them thrive & prepare them for independent living.
AFC has been heralded for their full continuum of care approach to services for LGBTQ homeless youth. AFC's founder, Carl Siciliano, was named a White House Champion of Change by President Obama citing the wide recognition AFC's programs have received for their quality & innovation.
The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
is a voluntary health organization founded in 1987 by a group of families who joined with scientists to establish a source of support for suicide research & education. AFSP is now the largest private funder of suicide prevention research.
Teach For America
is a diverse network of leaders who confront educational inequity through teaching & work with unwavering commitment from every sector of society to create a nation free from this injustice.
As a collective force—educators, advocates, entrepreneurs, policymakers, community members—they fight for the aspirations of students & families.
Their aim is to realize the day when every child has an equal opportunity to learn, grow, influence, & lead.
To Write Love on Her Arms (TWLOHA)
is an American non-profit organization which aims to present hope for people struggling with addiction, depression, self-injury & thoughts of suicide while also investing directly into treatment & recovery. Based in Melbourne, Florida, TWLOHA seeks to connect people to treatment centers, websites, books, support groups & other resources. TWLOHA also encourages people to have honest conversations about these issues, & to live in a community.
The organization's name is a direct reference to the first person that they helped, a young addict who self-harmed by cutting the words "Fuck Up" on her arm with a razor blade—with the group's founder writing an article hoping to help the addict to get cleaned up & "To write 'love' on her arms" instead.
The Adventure Project
is a nonprofit "adding venture" capital to create jobs in developing countries. Jobs transform everything. It's what people want most. Jobs multiply opportunity, hope, education, peace, & prosperity for everyone. When people have good jobs, they invest in their future. They open bank accounts, send their kids to school, & lead healthier lives. Aid is always appreciated, but a job has the power to lift people out of poverty forever. On average, every $1,500 raised train one person to become a profitable entrepreneur - serving at least 500 people in their community with access to clean water, health care, nutritious food, & a safer environment.
(Commission on Urgent Relief and Equipment) is the registered trademark of the Benevolent Healthcare Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit, humanitarian relief organization based in Denver, CO. It is one of the largest nonprofit organizations in the world that delivers medical supplies & equipment to developing countries. Its main purpose is to collect & sort donated medical supplies & equipment from manufacturers, hospitals, and surpluses & then distribute the supplies & equipment to developing countries based on a needs assessment of the local hospitals and clinics in those countries.
Today, Project C.U.R.E.'s work & mission are more important than ever, helping to bridge staggering health resource gaps in the developing world by empowering doctors & nurses with the tools they need to treat disease, deliver vaccines, perform life-changing surgeries & ensure safe childbirth. Through the compassion of Project C.U.R.E.'s supporters, hospitals, rural clinics & community health centers all over the world are able to offer quality care & critical medical services to their most vulnerable patients, especially women & young children. Thanks to the dedication of thousands of volunteers nationwide, two to three cargo containers of life-saving aid leave Project C.U.R.E.’s warehouses every week.
Project C.U.R.E. is the recipient of the GuideStar Exchange Platinum Seal, the Charity Navigator Four-Star Rating & ranked by Forbes as one of the 20 Most Efficient Large U.S. Charities.
The Breast Cancer Research Foundation
is a nonprofit organization committed to achieving prevention & a cure for breast cancer. They provide critical funding for cancer research worldwide to fuel advances in tumor biology, genetics, prevention, treatment, metastasis & survivorship.
Since founding in 1993 by Evelyn H. Lauder, BCRF has raised more than half a billion dollars for lifesaving research. Through a unique & streamlined grants program, they seek out the brightest minds in science & medicine and give them the necessary resources to pursue their best ideas. As a result, researchers are able to make discoveries & design new approaches to address all aspects of breast cancer—& do so in record time.
In 2018-2019, BCRF will award $63 million in annual grants to more than 300 scientists from top universities & medical institutions around the globe. In addition, BCRF has established the Evelyn H. Lauder Founder’s Fund
, a multi-year international program dedicated to metastasis that is the first large-scale global effort to unravel the biology of metastasis, with more than $30 million earmarked to date. It is the largest privately funded project exclusively focused on metastasis in the world.
The Sierra Club Foundation
promotes climate solutions, conservation, & movement building through a powerful combination of strategic philanthropy & grassroots advocacy. They partner with individuals & institutional donors to align financial resources with strategic outcomes, provide flexible funding for innovation, build capacity in the environmental movement, & create partnerships with a broad spectrum of allied organizations around shared values & goals. As the fiscal sponsor of the charitable programs of the Sierra Club, they provide resources to it & other nonprofit organizations to support scientific, educational, literary, organizing, advocacy, & legal programs that further their goals of protecting the Earth.
The Planned Parenthood
Action Fund is a nonprofit, non-partisan group. Backed by more than 12 million activists, donors, and other supporters all working to advance access to sexual health care & defend reproductive rights. While PPAF works at the national level,
local Planned Parenthood advocacy and political organizations
are fighting to defend reproductive rights in states across the country.
PPAF fight back when anti-abortion politicians & their extremist allies try to outlaw abortion, take away access to affordable birth control, & block patients from care
at Planned Parenthood health centers. We fight alongside our partners when the basic human rights of our patients, volunteers, supporters, activists, & staff of all races, faiths, genders, & identities are under attack.
Today, the fruits of both their labor and their resolve: Planned Parenthood is the nation’s largest provider of sex education. An estimated one in five American women visits a Planned Parenthood health center in her lifetime. And Planned Parenthood’s more than 600 health centers nationwide deliver high-quality, supportive health care to 2.4 million people each year.
OutRight Action International
fights for human rights for LGBTIQ people everywhere. They are registered as a 501c3 non-profit in the US, have staff in six countries & work alongside LGBTIQ individuals across four continents in the Global South toward lasting change.
Founded in 1990 as the International Gay & Lesbian Human Rights Commission (IGLHRC) & changed the name in 2015 to reflect their longstanding commitment to advancing the human rights concerns of all LGBTIQ people. Their full name is OutRight Action International, or OutRight for short.
OutRight is the only LGBTIQ organization that has a permanent presence to advocate at the United Nations Headquarters in New York for progress for LGBTIQ people. With a major stake at the UN on human rights & hold special consultative status there, which allows them to bring to light the concerns of LGBTIQ people globally at this important world forum.
The Coral Reef Alliance (CORAL)
is a nonprofit organization based in San Francisco, California, that partners with local reef communities around the world—from fishermen to government leaders, divers to scientists, Californians to Fijians to protect our most valuable & threatened ecosystem of coral reefs. CORAL was founded in Berkeley, California, in 1994 by Stephen Colwell, & is currently headed by Dr. Michael Webster. With 19% of the world's coral reefs already destroyed & another 35% at immediate risk or threatened due to human pressures, organizations like CORAL are addressing an urgent need. They lead holistic conservation programs that improve coral reef health and resilience & are replicated across the globe.
Childhood is fleeting, there are no do-overs. That’s why with one hand, PCCY
offers direct help to children – one at a time; & with the other hand they apply pressure to government officials to persuade them to do what is necessary to give every child the basic ingredients for a lifetime of success.
Our job as parents, neighbors & members of society is to make sure every child has the fundamental building blocks for success including consistent health care, high-quality education from pre-k through high school, proper nutrition, & a dependable support network to help them grown into healthy, able & confident adults.
The tough challenges children face today do not lend themselves to simple solutions. That’s why PCCY combines comprehensive research & the tools of advocacy to mobilize partner organizations & citizens across the region to change the lives of children for the better.
The Birthday Party Project’s Mission is to bring JOY to children experiencing homelessness through the MAGIC of a birthday party!
With the help of birthday enthusiasts™ (volunteers), they host monthly birthday bashes at homeless & transitional living facilities across the country. Their themed parties are complete with activities & games, decorations, cakes, & FUN for all the children & families living at the agency.