Brighton Designs Two Brand New Jewelry Pieces To Support Music & Art In Schools
Brighton is a company that’s been around for years but I’ve only just discovered it. Last week we featured their adorable travel accessories line and this week I want to share news on an exciting charity initiative they are working on. Schools across the country are starting to cut funding on live performances such as ballet, orchestra and symphony events as well as music programs and art classes. This campaign offers people the chance to ensure that children in their communities have the chance to experience the arts up close – giving the next generation of artists a bright future.
For each $58 Independence Charm Holder Bracelet and each $48 Americana I.D. Bracelet sold from May 24th through July 31st, 2013, the company’s 172 Brighton Collectibles stores and participating Brighton retailers will contribute 50% of the retail cost to children’s art charities which will be chosen by the stores in which the bracelets are sold – each store will select a 501 (C) (3) charity program or a local school, ensuring that the programs will benefit their own families, friends and neighbors and strengthen the arts in each community.
We’ve included links to the bracelets above, but you can also purchase the bracelets by visiting www.brighton.com.