A beautiful gift becomes even more beautiful when it helps someone in need.
Chilson Jewelers is pleased to announce that, this holiday season, each purchase of select Sarah’s Hope® Jewelry designs will give back to the Harbor Room at the Cambridge Medical Center. Last year, thanks to jewelers in the USA and Canada, the promotion raised $40,000 for local charities.
Sarah’s Hope Jewelry is a socially responsible jewelry line that helps provide microloans and small business training to women in impoverished situations throughout the world and the USA.
“Through their purchases of Sarah’s Hope Jewelry, our customers have participated in the efforts to help lift up hundreds of women through small business ownership,” said store owner, Brian Chilson. “Now we’re thrilled to also help locally by giving back to the Harbor Room.”
For this holiday-themed fundraiser, from now until Dec. 31, customers will be able to choose from a selection of earrings, bracelets and pendants. Prices start at $79 and designs feature .925 sterling silver and colorful, dynamic proprietary E’Sperene® stones.
Chilson Jewelers will donate 20 percent of each purchase from this collection to assist The Harbor Room, which provides services to anyone affected by cancer.
In its attractive and peaceful setting, patients and family can find the support they need both during and after treatment. Online and printed resources provide the latest information on cancer prevention and screening. Many support groups and interesting classes are offered, including art and yoga. Wigs, hats and prosthetics are also available, and an understanding staff and compassionate team of volunteers are on hand to listen or talk.
“We know there are many needs in our community, and are excited that our customers will help purchase gifts that not only look good but help do good for the many people who are impacted every day by the Harbor Room,” Chilson said.
Chilson Jewelers has been a part of the Cambridge community for over 35 years. For more information on this give back program, contact Brian or Karen at 763-689-2552.