The Power of Giving

 

Dana's Jewelry Box donates a percentage of profits and some jewelry pieces to select reputable, non-profit organizations.

 Information on organizations DJB supports for 2013

The Children's Diabetes Foundation

Carousel of Hope - DJB was a Donor for
the 2008/2012 Silent Auction


Every other year in October, the Carousel of Hope - with the generous assistance of corporate sponsors and friends in the entertainment industry - raises millions of dollars in support of treatment and research programs at the Barbara Davis Center for Childhood Diabetes. Event takes place at The Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, California. 2008 COH Fact Sheet

web-site: The Children’s Diabetes Foundation


Ronald McDonald House of Long Island
Benefit fashion Show

to help fund the Ronald McDonald House of Long Island.

 

 

“Our House” is a home-away-from-home for families of seriously

ill children undergoing critical medical treatment in area hospitals.

Web-site: www.rmhlongisland.org

 

Breast Cancer Research Foundation  

“Breast cancer remains the most common form of

cancer among women living in the United States.

More than 200,000 individuals will be diagnosed this

year and 40,000 will die from this disease. And because

no one knows exactly what causes breast cancer, there

are no sure ways to prevent it. Research remains critical

not only to the treatment of the disease, but to its prevention

 as well”. (bcfcure.org)

 

Other breast cancer related web-sites:

 

koman.org

 

Breastcancer.org

 

sisternetworkinc.org

 

breastcancerblackwoman.org

 

 

Stroke of Hope Foundation - was born from a Stroke Survivor's vision of commitment and dedication to helping others find a support system that comforts, inspires, motivates and ultimately improves their quality of life. Website: www.strokeofhope.net

 

Dress for Success - is a not-for-profit organization that helps low-income women make tailored transitions into the workforce. Each Dress for Success client receives one suit when she has a job interview and a second suit when she gets the job.


Women are referred to Dress for Success by an array of not-for-profit and government agencies including homeless shelters, domestic violence shelters, immigration services and job training programs.

 

North America and now the world! Today, Dress for Success is helping women in more than 73 cities, including 9 locations outside the U.S..

 

 

Contact Information:

 

Telephone:  212-532-1922
E-Mail Contact: newyork@dressforsuccess.org

 Since being founded in 1996, Dress for Success has expanded rapidly, opening affiliate locations across

Web site:  http://www.dressforsuccess.org

 

 

Giving back is a very important aspect of my personal and business philosophy.

 

With every purchase you make, you are also helping to make a difference in another person's life!