This week we love … jewellery brands giving back to charities

As the days go by, getting closer and closer to being released back on to the world, the time has come to update our wardrobe a bit! However, this season, we won’t be mindlessly scrolling through various websites as we turn to the jewellery brands that are making a difference and helping those in need, those who have sacrificed and those who will be remembered forever …

Maya Magal

London-based jewellery brand, Maya Magal is donating all profits from its NHS Rainbow Stone Ring and Rainbow Charm to the NHS Jenny Lind Children’s Hospital who are doing amazing work for the children of Norfolk.


Founded by Anna Jewsbury, jewellery brand Completedworks will be donating 10% of all their online sales to NHS Charities Together which supports NHS staff and volunteers caring for Covid-19 patients.


Originally from Thailand, the jewellery brand has recently launched a new ‘Tusk’ collection, featuring gender-neutral designs. Founder Pattaraphan Salirathavibhaga has announced that 10% of sales for this month will go to the Save Elephant Foundation, in honour of the country’s national animal.

Kendra Scott

Kendra Scott has donated its yellow branded bandanas to local female volunteer groups to sew masks for hospitals in the USA. In addition, the brand has helped provide over 1 million meals through Feeding America and continues to donate 50% of the proceeds from their Everlyne Bracelet to the cause. They are also working with the organisation First Book, to ensure children in low-income communities receive books through the purchase of their Literacy Charm

Tada & Toy

Independent brand Tada & Toy are donating all profits from their Kulfi collection directly to Cook-19; a small organisation which provides cooked meals to key workers in the NHS who are isolated or unable to cook for themselves or families.

Dinny Hall

Dinny Hall’s Suffragette Collection is a capsule collection designed to commemorate the Suffragette movement and its incredible impact on women’s rights. A percentage of the collection’s profits are donated to Women’s Aid, whose mission is to give refuge and aid to domestic abuse sufferers.

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