FLEMINGTON, NJ – Attachments Jewelry is continuing its sponsorship of Girls on the Run – Hunterdon, Bucks, and Warren Counties through the sale of new rainbow colored Chavez for Charity bracelets.
To launch the sale of the bracelets,, the store held a custom bracelet event on Oct. 6 at Stangl Factory here.
"What a wonderful event, girls and their families loved the hands-on designing,” said Barbara Cavalla who is the local Council Director for Girls on the Run.
“Working together with non-profits helps build our community,” said Kathy Guzman, Marketing Director of Attachments Jewelry. “We are so happy to continue our partnership with Girls on the Run. As a former Girls on the Run Coach, I know firsthand how impactful this program can be.”
Attachments and Sage Boutique first teamed up with Girls on the Run in 2015 through the sale of Chavez for Charity 11th Bracelet Project bracelets in cream and white styles, and continues their support with the launch of the new rainbow colored bracelets. This program gives retailers the opportunity to support their favorite charity through the sale of charity bracelets made by Chavez, a New Jersey based company created by designer Julie Marie Chavez to support charitable causes.
Chavez for Charity’s unique line of colorful beaded jewelry consists of 10 different sets of bracelets, in ten distinct colors, each representing an individual charity. The 11th bracelet allows retailers to partner will local charities and is being sold locally at Attachments Jewelry and Sage Boutique. Chavez for Charity donates 25 percent of the gross profits of all bracelets sold at Attachments Jewelry directly to Girls on the Run of Hunterdon, Bucks and Warren Counties. In addition, Attachments Jewelry matches Chavez’s donation.
Attachments Jewelry & Accessories is located at 138 Main St. here. Attachments owner Karen Shankoff also owns Sage Boutique, which is relocating to a larger space at 126 Main St. next month. Sage features clothing, fair-trade items, and unique home décor.