Artisan Jewelry That Gives Back

Alexander Jewell’s collaboration with wildlife conservation organizations began with the Serengeti bracelet, a piece he designed and made for WildAid’s 2015 charity gala, “An Evening In Africa”. The bracelet raised $44,000 at the live auction to benefit WildAid. Passionate about wildlife, Jewell embraced the opportunity to continue his relationship with WildAid by creating an Endangered Species line of fine jewelry. In 2017 Alexander Jewell expanded his effort to give back by partnering with Los Angeles based I Stand With My Pack. A percentage of the Endangered Species line proceeds are donated to WildAid and I Stand With My Pack. As with all of his jewelry, the line is handcrafted with artisanal techniques using only eco-friendly 18K gold and conflict-free gemstones.

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About WildAid

WildAid is a global nonprofit group with a mission to end the endangered wildlife trade in our lifetimes. Our work combines habitat protection with consumer education, using cutting-edge media campaigns starring some of the most influential voices in wildlife conservation, including The Duke of Cambridge (Prince William), Sir Richard Branson, Yao Ming, Lupita Nyong’o, Jackie Chan, David Beckham and Maggie Q. Together, we can stop this deadly trade and save elephants, rhinos, tigers and indeed all wildlife. Because When the Buying Stops, the Killing Can Too. Wildaid.org

About I Stand With My Pack

I Stand With My Pack is a non-profit organization that aides in the prevention of animal suffering and cruelty through means of education, hands-on field work, fundraising, non-violent protest, legal action, and collaborative efforts with other organizations & governments. We work to promote compassionate ethics and lifestyles, expose animal cruelty through media platforms, and also to unite individuals and groups to create long-term solutions for a more humane world for all. Istandwithmypack.org