Royal Chain Groups Partners With Autism Charity

For each bracelet purchased from its new Angelica Collection, the Royal Chain Group will donate 25 cents to Generation Rescue, a nonprofit providing assistance to people living with autism and their families.

The Angelica Collection features 500 bracelets with charms, each made in the United States from recycled materials.

“When we developed Angelica, we wanted to create jewelry that would change lives with every purchase,” said Paul Maroof, president and founder of the Royal Chain Group in a statement. “Not only do we see how we impact lives with our charitable contributions, but by making everything here in the U.S., we’re helping to create jobs and improve the country’s economy.”

Generation Rescue’s programs include grants to provide treatment for families with financial need, an autism conference, and a toll-free hot line. 

The company expects the line to raise at least $100,000 for the charity this year.

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