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GURHAN Gives Back with Hearts for Healthcare Promotion

The contest begins Saturday, August 1, 2020 and ends Friday, August 28, 2020.

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(PRESS RELEASE) As we all deal with our unique challenges during these unprecedented times, it is indisputable that our frontline healthcare workers have selflessly committed themselves to taking care of others. As a way of honoring these heroes, GURHAN Jewelry is announcing its Hearts for Healthcare Contest. GURHAN CEO and Co-Founder Fiona Tilley explains, “We are so grateful for the tireless efforts of all our frontline workers and we wanted to send a small, but heartfelt, sign of our appreciation. We chose to offer hearts to say thank you to these workers for giving us theirs.”

The contest begins Saturday, August 1, 2020 and ends Friday, August 28, 2020. Entrants have the opportunity to nominate their favorite healthcare hero for entry into the Hearts for Healthcare Giveaway on Facebook, Instagram and/or Twitter. Each entrant must comment with name (tagging of course) of their Healthcare Hero and tell us their story and why they are an inspiration. Healthcare nominee can be any gender working in any position in any location, during the COVID-19 pandemic. One winner will be chosen each week for a total of 4 winners. Prizes include earring and pendant styles from GURHAN’s silver Romance collection, all kissed with 24K gold, featuring stones such as topaz, garnet and amethyst.

For a full list of contest details visit here.

In addition to honoring our healthcare workers, GURHAN has a treat for the rest of us with 20% off of their collection of “feel good” jewelry, acknowledging that we all need a little extra “feel good” in these times. To shop the collection visit here.

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