Chemistry Jewelry is excited to announce our annual Jamie Joseph ring giveaway! We are teaming up with our friends at Fish Food Bank through the month of March to collect nutritious food items for our drawing on March 31st. Every non-perishable item attains an entry of your name for a chance to win a Gem Silica ring made by Jamie Joseph (photo attached). It is a rare and spectacular specimen of the most valuable variety of chalcedony at a value of $1745.
We have the opportunity to take care of each other here in our amazing town. It is their mission at Fish Food Bank to alleviate hunger by distributing food regularly or on an emergency basis, and we have a chance to help!
We live in a country that wastes billions of pounds of food each year. It is shocking that anyone in America goes hungry. Here are a few (lump in your throat) statistics:
- 42 million Americans live in food insecure households, that includes 13 million children
- One in six children in the US worry about when they'll have their next meal.
- 20% of food insecure children live in households that earn too much to qualify for federal assistance.
Here is what is needed:
Hearty soups and stews
Tuna and other canned proteins like chicken and beans
Canned corn and other vegetables
Healthy snacks for kids like granola bars
Baby formula and jarred baby food
1 entry to win per food item!
Be mindful of quality and nutrition, and please remember to check expiration dates.
For those of you who do not yet know about Jamie Joseph (.. where have you been?), she is a much-loved Seattle artist who shares an artistic vision with her husband Jeremy. Together they create a mesmerizing collection! They are known for their ability to capture the presence of precious and semi precious stones, and with meticulous craftsmanship, turn them into wearable treasures set in 14K gold. Perfection!
Come in and see this fantastic Gem Silica that we are giving away as well as the rest of our beautiful Jamie Joseph collection - and bring your canned acts of kindness with you!
For more information on the ring or a food drive contact us at:
tel: (541)386-7069 or firstname.lastname@example.org