It’s easy to claim one of the necklaces. The unemployed or homeless need only bring in their termination or foreclosure notice along with personal identification such as a driver’s license.
“We want to help those truly in need, who can’t afford a gift for themselves or their loved ones right now,” says Debbie Fox. She continues, “I’ve been deeply affected by the dramatic increase in the number of people selling their jewelry to us; I wanted to find a way to give back to the community.”
The idea originated with heart shape pendants, but realizing the offering will go beyond Valentines Day, the store is also offering two additional styles: one is a blue topaz drop pendant, and the other is a pearl necklace.
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