Fundraiser Pendant Program - Call for Applications! - Beth Millner Jewelry

Fundraiser Pendant Program - Call for Applications!

Fundraiser Pendant Program - Call for Applications!

Calling all local non-profits! We want you to be a part of our fundraiser jewelry program.

Each year, we select a few Upper Peninsula organizations from a pool of applications. Once selected, Beth designs a custom piece for each organization to be sold in our studio in downtown Marquette and online. A portion of sales from each piece is donated to the applicable organization.

If you represent a Upper Peninsula non-profit organization and feel that it may be a good fit for the program, please fill out our application. The deadline to apply is April 15th. Chosen organizations will be announced and contacted in May. 

As an integral part of our business ethos, we are dedicated to giving back to our community. Last year alone, we were able give nearly $14,000 to local organizations! We invite any local, Upper Peninsula non-profits to apply, with a special interest in arts and environmental protection/sustainability.

 

Deadline to apply is April 15, 2019.

Submit your application here.






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