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May 4, 2020 – Stucki Jewelers announces an exclusive limited time showcase of a unique jewelry line this week. While hosting an in-store event isn’t an option right now, the downtown business has become very creative with their Facebook live events. On May 5th at 8:30am, Stucki Jewelers is going live with Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital Foundation for a special showcase of this new jewelry line with a benefit component to support fundraising efforts at SNMH Foundation for a new mammography machine.
“The new Morganite and Diamond Collection is instore and online for a limited time through Mother’s Day. We are excited to team up with SNMH Foundation to help raise funds that will impact breast cancer care locally,” said Nicole Abraugh from Stucki Jewelers. “This line of peach colored stones is perfect for mother’s day gifts, new mother gifts, graduation gifts, and to help raise awareness for breast cancer care at our local hospital. We are proud to donate twenty percent of the proceeds from these sales to the breast cancer fund.”
The downtown Grass Valley business will be raffling off a piece of the jewelry that is 14-karat white and rose gold with 1.28 karat morganite necklace. Anyone who purchases a raffle ticket of $40 or more for the breast cancer fund at SNMH Foundation between now and mother’s day will be entered to win. All jewelry purchases will be entered into the raffle as well.
“Stucki Jewelers has been a big supporter of SNMH Foundation over the years and we are so grateful that they are hosting this event to help raise awareness for our fundraising efforts to advance breast care in our community,” said Kimberly Parker, Executive Director of Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital Foundation. “Donations can be made online at supportsierranevada.org and choosing breast cancer as the designation with typing Stucki in the comment section.”
For more information on the morganite line of jewelry, visit https://stuckijewelers.com/shop/ols/categories/morganite and keep an eye on Stucki Jewelers and SNMH Foundation’s facebook pages for more information and the live event.