Kendra Scott Program Gives Back To Oklahoma Non-Profits


Thursday, April 9th 2020, 6:50 pm
By: News 9


National jewelry retailer Kendra Scott is giving back to non-profit organizations across Oklahoma and helping to combat coronavirus (COVID-19) by making masks and helping to curb hunger, a project with which they've long been associated. 

Kendra Scott is making donations through the end of April to Oklahoma-based charitable organizations. Customers can add the following codes on the following days to make sure their proceeds, 20 percent of each purchase, go to the following:

4/9 - 4/10 Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy - GIVEBACK6726
4/10 - 4/11 Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma - GIVEBACK7042
4/10 - 4/11 Enid Junior Welfare League - GIVEBACK6906
4/13 - 4/14 Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma - GIVEBACK7143
4/13 - 4/14 Feed the Children - GIVEBACK7152
4/13 - 4/14 Pet Angels in Edmond - GIVEBACK7053
4/14 - 4/15 Hearts for Hearing - GIVEBACK6881
4/15 - 4/16 Restaurant Workers Relief - GIVEBACK7025
4/15 - 4/16 Restaurant Workers Relief - GIVEBACK7025
4/15 - 4/16 OKC Care Center - GIVEBACK6856
4/16 - 4/17 Joy in the Cause (mask making) - GIVEBACK6896
4/16 - 4/17 OK Sew Co. (mask making) - GIVEBACK7158
4/21 - 4/22 Leukemia and Lymphoma Society - GIVEBACK6797
4/22 - 4/23 Parent's Promise - GIVEBACK7014
4/22 - 4/23 Girl Talk in Tulsa - GIVEBACK6983
4/23 - 4/24 Dec My Room - GIVEBACK7013
4/29 - 4/30 Arthritis Foundation - GIVEBACK7149

In addition, to help mitigate the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) the Kendra Scott team has been donating their yellow bandanas to local volunteer groups to sew masks. In Oklahoma, the bandanas are being donated to OKC Sew Co.

These efforts are on top of Kendra Scott's program to fight hunger by donating proceeds from the Everlyne Bracelet to 'Feeding America,' a project that has provided more than 1.32 million meals, according to a company spokesperson.