Helping Animals Everywhere
We love animals. Lots of animals. I also happen to love jewelry. As a jeweler that would make sense. When Diane and I decided to start a new business we tried to come up with a way that we could get more than a monetary benefit from it, and we think that we have found the perfect way, Animal Charms will donate a full 10% of our gross sales to animal charities everywhere. Each month we will pick a new charity and send them a check for 10% of everything we sell here. No strings, no hassle, just helping animals in any way that we can.
Of course, this does leave us with a bit of a problem. What charities do we give to? There are literally thousands of potential places that we could support. So we need your help choosing. If you have a favorite charity, please, let us know and we will add them to our list of places that we can all help together. If you have a suggestion, please fill out this form and let us know.
Charity Coupon Codes!
We've decided to give even more to animal charities out there. If you run a charity, and contribute to a charity, please let us know. We are giving unique coupon codes to every animal charity that wants one. With this coupon code every purchase made gives the buyer a 5% instant discount on their entire order. Not only that, but the charity that owns that coupon code also gets 5% of that sale!
Now there are two ways for your favorite animal charity to earn more money, our monthly random donation, and 5% donation from every sale that uses their coupon code! How great is that?
Please, let us know about those charities, we are trying to find as many as we can, but we rely on our visitors to help us find them as well.
We've added several ad banners that you can use to link back to us to help promote your cahrity codes. If you would like a custom banner, please let us know. Ad Banners.
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Daisy is our four year old Australian Shepard mix. She was rescued by our daughter when she was just a puppy. Daisy's previous "owners" had put her in a dog carrier and left her out on the edge of a woods with no water or food. Miraculously someone found her and took her to a local rescue shelter. This is where our daughter found her and took her home.
Unfortunately Daisy was unable to stay with our daughter when she was forced to move from a house with a yard to an apartment. As any of you with a herd dog know, they need to run. So Daisy joined us out here in the country on our little piece of land. And she loves it here. Horses to herd, cats to play with, and more dogs to play with. What more could a high strung girl want?
Daisy has become a huge part of our lives. Probably more than any other animal we have raised and lived with. She is always nearby, free with love and affection, and quick to let us know when something isn't right in "her" territory.
Above all, she is the reason we are looking to help as many animal charities as possible.