Core to the mission of Ariel Gordon Jewelry is giving back to causes that strike a chord with us, on a personal and global level. We are so proud that we have a platform that we can leverage to give back in tangible ways to organizations that are working to make our world a better place.
Below is a sampling of the charities that receive sustaining donations from AGJ on an annual basis. The list is ever-growing and we're always interested in aligning with those fighting the good fight. If you have an organization close to your heart that you want us to know about, email us! Conversation and education are so important and we love hearing from you.
In honor of Black History Month, we're proud to support the organization in their important commitment to showing up for communities of color, with a focus on Black women and girls.
My beautiful mother Myrna passed away from a short battle with cancer in 2015. This one is close to my heart.
A comprehensive platform of research-based policy solutions to end police brutality in America.
My father Jeoffry is a retired physician, who has a decades-long medical career where he cared for
the uninsured, established free community clinics, fought for a single-payer healthcare system,
advocated for those who suffered from childhood abuse, among many other illustrious moments.
He taught me from a young age that healthcare is a human right.
An organization working to end women's homelessness in greater Los
Angeles through housing, wellness, employment, and advocacy
I AM A VOTER is a nonpartisan movement that aims to create a cultural shift around voting and civic engagement by unifying around a central truth: our democracy works best when we all participate.
An organization that carries both enormous personal and increasingly
I purchase carbon offsets in an attempt to lower the impact of all the
travel I do + all the packages we ship.
I've had the honor of traveling to the US - Mexico border with TIAH a
few times. I feel a deep moral obligation to stand in solidarity with those
who come to our country in search of asylum.