Jamberry’s Six Figure Donation to The Salvation Army Exemplifies Commitment to Charitable Giving

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The Salvation Army benefits from over $110,000 donation from Jamberry following Black Friday weekend sales.

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Jamberry presents The Salvation Army with donation to help provide holiday gifts for children; December 2014.

This significant donation will benefit countless children both locally and nationally, including Canada. Many children will be blessed with a wonderful Christmas because of the generosity of companies like Jamberry.

Since its founding in 2010, Jamberry has been committed to charitable giving through monetary donations, employee volunteer days, and specially designed nail wraps that raise funds and awareness for special causes. This holiday season, Jamberry pledged to help The Salvation Army provide holiday gifts for children across the country by donating a portion of proceeds from select limited edition nail wrap styles available on the Jamberry site from Black Friday through Cyber Monday.

Thanks to a strong fan base of Jamberry consumers and Jamberry Independent Consultants across the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico, the company was able to donate $110,417.50 in total to this cause. Jamberry presented its donation to The Salvation Army during the week of Cyber Monday, joining a roster of companies participating in #GivingTuesday, a global day dedicated to giving back.

“This significant donation will benefit countless children both locally and nationally, including Canada. Many children will be blessed with a wonderful Christmas because of the generosity of companies like Jamberry,” stated Troy Trimmer, Envoy in Charge of The Salvation Army of Utah.

This donation is only the most recent to exemplify how strongly Jamberry values giving back to the community. Since 2013, Jamberry has been an official corporate supporter of the Autism Society of America through its Autism Awareness “Commitment to Charity” nail wraps. For every sheet sold of these nail wraps, Jamberry donates $2.00 to the Autism Society of America.

About Jamberry Nails:

Sisters Keri Evans, Christy Hepworth and Lyndsey Ekstrom launched Jamberry in 2010 for women just like themselves who want fun, manicured nails that last throughout their busy days. Today Jamberry is a leader in both nail art and nail technology, with nail wraps that come in over 300 patterns and are applied at home with an innovative heat and pressure technique. The brand also offers salon-quality nail lacquer and a complete handcare line. Jamberry products are sold online and through a network of over 20,000 independent consultants across the US, Canada and Puerto Rico.

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Janna Meyrowitz Turner