Levinson Jewelers, in collaboration with Miami Dolphins players Daniel Thomas and Davone Bess, has launched a collection to benefit the Ronald McDonald House Charities.
The Florida-based store hosted a party on Sept. 17 at its Fort Lauderdale flagship to debut the jewelry. The collection, inspired by the charity’s 30th anniversary, is available for purchase in store or online.
“The Ronald McDonald House provides an important service to children and families struggling through one of the most difficult things imaginable—an ill child,” co-owner Robin Levinson said in a statement. “They provide great support and I’m thrilled to be able to help.”
The collection starts at $170 and is available in-store and online.
Robin Levinson; Soraya Rivera-Moya, executive director of Ronald McDonald House Charities of South Florida; Ronald McDonald House guests Stephanie Moxyz and her mother, Earnestine; and co-owner Mark Levinson
Mark Levinson, Miami Dolphin Daniel Thomas, and Soraya Rivera-Moya and Chris Kidawski, cofounders of the Bess Route Foundation