US-BASED JEWELLERS SUPPORT THE LOVELAND FOUNDATION | Solitaire Magazine

US-BASED JEWELLERS SUPPORT THE LOVELAND FOUNDATION

As the world comes together to support the black community, several US-based jewellery brands have joined the cause by supporting The Loveland Foundation.

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Established in 2018, the organisation provides financial assistance for black women and girls seeking mental health support. Through fellowships, residency programmes, listening hours, and more, it is the hope of The Loveland Foundation to contribute to the empowerment and liberation of the communities we are part of.

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The fine jewellery brands that have committed a percentage of their sales include Halleh, who will be committing 30% of sales, and Kendra Pariseault, who will be committing 20% of sales. In addition, jewellery brand Aaryah is committing 50% of sales of the multi-purpose NARA beaded chains made from natural healing stones.