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Jeweler Does 40 Awesome Things To Celebrate 40 Years In Business

This business has a long history of charity work.

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Hyde Park Jewelers of Denver, CO, is celebrating its 40th anniversary in grand fashion by performing “40 Acts of Kindness.”

“We would not be here today celebrating this important milestone if it weren’t for the communities we serve in Denver, Phoenix, Las Vegas and Newport Beach,” wrote Michael Pollak, CEO of Hyde Park Jewelers and Traditional Jewelers, in Accent magazine.

The jeweler is chronicling its 40 Acts of Kindness program on Instagram and Twitter at @hpjewels. Among the beneficiaries of the 40 charitable acts will be the Denver Health Foundation/Pena Southwest Clinic, the OCEANA Foundation, and Girls Inc. via the Diamonds Do Good Initiative, according to Sir and Sport.

The business, which today operates seven stores, has been involved in charity efforts throughout its history. Among the organizations it’s been involved with are the Children’s Hospital of Denver, Denver Health Foundation, National Jewish Hospital, the Kempe Foundation and Fresh Start Women’s Foundation.

Hyde Park has also created its own nonprofit foundation called Diamonds in the Rough.

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