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Jewelers for Children Information Now Available On Thinkspace




Supporters can add a JFC page to their website.

(Press Release) Jewelers for Children and Thinkspace announced that they have entered into a marketing agreement to make Jewelers for Children information available to retailers utilizing the Thinkspace platform.

Jewelers for Children will provide Thinkspace with information on the charity and how to be involved. This information will be on a JFC page that any retailer working with Thinkspace who supports JFC can add to their website.

“The Jewelers for Children ‘Giving Back’ page is now an option for our retail customers to add to their Thinkspace powered website,” said Larry Chasin, chief business development officer for Thinkspace. “Those who support JFC can now have the latest information on the charity available and can promote their support of the charity to their customers.”

Previews of the new page and how it integrates with current Thinkspace websites will be on display in the Thinkspace booth, B61068 at the upcoming JCK Show in Las Vegas. Information and flyers will also be available at the JFC booth, L-102 at the show. 

“Thinkspace is a perfect partner to provide this valuable service,” said David Rocha, JFC executive director. “Many of our retail supporters just don’t have the time or the resources to put together a page on their own sites and now it’s done for them and will always stay current.”

Jewelers for Children was founded in 1999 by the U.S. jewelry industry with the mission of helping children in need. Since its inception, JFC has donated more than $53 million to programs benefiting children whose lives have been affected by illness, abuse or neglect through charity partners St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation, Make-A-Wish America and the National CASA Association. JFC also provides support to Make-A- Wish International and the Santa-America Fund.




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