Love animals? You have plenty of company in jewelry! Here’s a trio of ways jewelers can help creatures.
Some 100 percent of profits from the sale of the Shelter Fancy ring benefits abandoned and abused animals in need at Tails of Hope, a nonprofit animal rescue and adoption agency in Chicago.
Shelter Fancy ring in white rhodium-plated sterling silver with 0.52 ct. t.w. white topaz, $80; Graziela Gems
Half of the retail price of this Monica Cares Poesy ring is donated to New York’s North Shore Animal League America.
Monica Cares Poesy ring with a paw print in 18k gold and “Unconditional Love” inscribed inside comes with a 17-inch chain for $1,405; Monica Rich Kosann
Take part in the second annual Saving the Elephants 10k Run/Walk taking place in New York City’s Central Park on Nov. 21. Net proceeds benefit the U.S. Friends of the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, which aids rescued orphaned baby elephants and others subject to poaching. Alternatively, become a sponsor (like HPS Estate Jewelers); reach out to Laura Robertson at Laura23.firstname.lastname@example.org of the Saving the Elephants Run for more information. Register online for the race.
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