Feature Charity: Random Acts
Giving Through Jewelry believes in giving back and that’s why 10% of all sales are donated to a charity of the buyer’s choice. There are so many charities to choose from so we like to highlight one organization every month. This month we’re featuring the nonprofit organization, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Mission: St. Jude is leading the way the world understands, treats and defeats childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases.
You can check out our FACEBOOK page to see how much we donate.
On December 3, 2009, Misha Collins, the angel Castiel on The CW’s Supernatural, used Twitter to ask his followers (affectionately known as his “minions”) to come up with ideas for a “minion stimulus” project. The goal was to obtain US government stimulus money (funding to aid endeavors to stop an economic recession) for non-profit initiatives.
The pursuit of government funding was soon abandoned in favor of morphing into a privately organized charity, formerly known as MinionStimulus. After visiting the fledgling website, Misha appointed Lisa Walker as the Director of Charitable Affairs and provided her with some initial direction. Together, Misha and Lisa began marshaling the forces of good at their disposal.
Since that auspicious beginning, our organization has gone through several changes, including our name. We’ve come a long way and now have non-profit status through our parent organization, The Art Department, Inc. In late 2011, Lisa stepped down, and we welcomed Cinde Monsam as our new director.
After six years of leading the organization as executive director, Cinde accepted a position on our board of directors and Rachel Miner was chosen to take on the role of Executive Director.
With Misha and Rachel’s direction and leadership, and the daily attention of an extraordinary administrative team, we have an organization poised to conquer the world, one random act of kindness at a time.
Ways to Get Involved
Acts of Kindness – We have several methods of support and assistance available to anyone wanting to perform an act of kindness for someone in their local community.
Donating – We offer several ways of donating funds to our organization for those who are willing and able to make a contribution. As always, we thank you for your support.
Fundraising – We’ve had a number of requests from our supporters asking for fundraising opportunities on our behalf. Since our supporters are such an integral part of our organization, we have developed a Volunteer Fundraiser Agreement to help facilitate this. Supporters also have the unique opportunity of fundraising as part of our Dreams to Acts program.
Volunteering – From completing random acts of kindness to working as part of our all-volunteer Administration Team, we have many volunteer opportunities for those wishing to help our organization.
Join the Mailing List – Get information about upcoming events, ways to get involved, and the work Random Acts is doing as a member of our mailing list.
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