a tradition of giving

ITALO JEWELRY IMPACT

Italo Jewelry is a humanitarian company. Spreading POSITIVITY around the world through collaboration, determination, and motivation.

EDUCATION & HELP

PROTECT ANIMAL

HEALTH & WELLNESS

DONATE 1% NET PROFITS

EDUCATION & HELP

Since 2008, PENCILS OF PROMISE has been able to build 500 schools serving over 98,000 students thanks to the generous donations they receive.

ITALO JEWELRY donates to Pencils of Promise. Help reshape the future of education. We had helped 23 students in July 2018 in the Volta Region of Ghana. The students range in age from 9 to 16, but each has had little to no formal education. Our donation is used to buy the chairs, tables school supplies and a daily meal.

WHY WE CARE

Education is the most powerful weapon we can change the world. Education reduces poverty, empowers women and helps prevent disease.

PROTECT ANIMAL

The Humane Society of the United States and affiliates provide direct care to more than 100,000 animals each year. Their most important goal is to prevent animals from getting into situations of distress in the first place and provide animals emergency shelters and rescues.

ITALO JEWELRY had been a volunteer attending to help a puppy, found unable to move in Palm Beach, was taken to South Florida Wildlife Center for treatment in Apr 16, 2018. Under careful treatment, the puppy recovers quickly.

WHY WE CARE

Each year, hundreds of thousands of wild animals around the world are killed for their heads, hides, pelts and other body parts. Animals deserve a better life.

HEALTH & WELLNESS

One in five adults suffers from mental illness each year in the United States. Psychological sicknesses greatly affect the way a person lives.

By partnering with NAMI, ITALO JEWELRY donates to support the organization in efforts to support those dealing with mental illnesses. We have aslo been volunteer to help to better the lives of people affected by mental illness by sharing their personal experiences, talents, and skills in Obispo, California May 2018.

WHY WE CARE

One in 5 adults experiences a mental health condition every year. One in 17 lives with a serious mental illness such as schizophrenia or bipolar disorder.