Last April, Royal Chain, one of America’s largest manufacturers of jewellery, introduced its partnership with Generation Rescue, a non-profit organization that focuses on improving the quality of life of those affected by autism.
To commemorate this union, Royal Chain created its Angelica collection, a line of expandable charm bracelets whose profits would go partially toward Generation Rescue.
Now, over a year later, the company is proud to announce that its contribution to this incredible charity totals $110,000.
“We’re thrilled to announce that our sales of Angelica bracelets have been so successful [and] that our charitable donation has been so great,” says Gary Austein, Royal Chain’s vice-president of sales.
The Angelica Collection is currently sold in over 2,200 retail stores in the U.S. and Canada. Made of sustainable recycled metals, the line offers more than 1,600 different styles, including exclusive licensed items, new fashion bracelets and a specially sized line for tweens. CJ