New Organization “Open Eyes Open Heart” Donates 50% of All Fine Jewelry Sales to Charity of Customers’ Choice

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Open Eyes Open Heart’s features a large selection of exquisitely crafted fine jewelry including pendants, rings, bracelets, earrings, and more, and 50% of each sale is donated to a registered charity of each customer’s choice. People who shop at http://www.mycausejewelry.com make a personal statement about who they are, what matters to them, and that they are conscious shoppers who want their money to go beyond a seller’s bottom line.

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“By purchasing fine jewelry that supports a worthy cause, people make a powerful statement about who they are, what matters to them, and that they are conscious shoppers who want their money to go beyond a seller’s bottom line,”

People who want to make a lasting and positive difference by supporting a charitable cause that they believe in -- and at the same time, brighten their own or someone else’s life with exquisitely crafted fine jewelry that will last for generations -- can now do both by shopping online at the new organization “Open Eyes Open Heart”.

The Oregon-based organization’s online store, which is located at http://www.mycausejewelry.com, features a large and growing selection of fine jewelry – including pendants, rings, bracelets, earrings, and more -- in a variety of styles, sizes and designs. Prices range from below $50 to over $200, and all purchases are backed by a satisfaction guarantee.

While Open Eyes Open Heart’s quality offerings, large selection, and competitive pricing rivals anything that people would find in traditional fine jewelry stores, what makes shopping with the new organization so special is that 50% of every sale is donated to a registered charity of their choice, such as the American Cancer Society, the Autism Society of America, Best Friends Animal Society, Dogs for the Deaf, Girls Inc., Ark of Hope for Children, CARE, DonorsChoose.org, Heifer International, and several more. Additional charitable organizations are continuously being added as word spreads across the country about this unique initiative.

“By purchasing fine jewelry that supports a worthy cause, people make a powerful statement about who they are, what matters to them, and that they are conscious shoppers who want their money to go beyond a seller’s bottom line,” commented Open Eyes Open Heart’s co-owner Sadie Emmons, a lifelong child advocate who spent more than a decade as a nonprofit executive, and who remains an active community volunteer. “And at the same time, this is a clear win for charities that are always looking for new and better ways to raise funds, because there’s always more life-changing work to be done!”

Emmons further pointed out that people who shop at Open Eyes Open Heart will not have any of their contact information shared with charitable organizations: “We respect that some of our customers may not wish to receive updates or communications from a charity that benefits from their purchase, and so we do not facilitate that connection. Of course, if they wish, our customers can easily reach out and get involved by visiting a charity’s website.”

People who want explore Open Eyes open Heart’s large selection of “the finest jewelry that keeps on giving” can visit http://www.mycausejewelry.com.

Charitable organizations that wish to learn more about participating in this unique and progressive fundraising concept are invited to contact Sadie Emmons at sadie@mycausejewelry.com.

About Open Eyes Open Heart

Open Eyes Open Heart is an Oregon-based organization that offers a large selection of exquisitely crafted fine jewelry, and donates 50% of all sales to charities of its customers’ choice. People who shop at http://www.mycausejewelry.com make a personal statement about who they are, what matters to them, and that they are conscious shoppers who want their money to go beyond a seller’s bottom line.

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