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Kwiat Launches Limited-Edition Bracelet for World Water Day with Charity: Water

“We will be donating 100% of the profits from every bracelet sold to provide clean water to a community in Tanzania.”




(PRESS RELEASE) NEW YORK — Kwiat, the renowned diamond jeweler, announces its latest charitable partnership with non-profit charity: water – a limited-edition sterling silver and diamond cuff bracelet, aptly being launched on World Water Day, March 22.

Kwiat has designed and carefully crafted this stunning bracelet with a fluid, organic shape inspired by a water droplet and highlighted by a round brilliant diamond. The piece will retail for $250 exclusively here with 100% of profits going to charity: water’s mission to provide clean drinking water for the 771 million people worldwide without access. Each bracelet sold will help provide clean water to one person. By the end of the campaign, Kwiat hopes to fund clean water for an entire community in Tanzania.

“Charity: water is an organization we’ve respected and admired for a long time,” shares Kwiat CEO Greg Kwiat. “We’ve collaborated in the past as our core values align so well, and we couldn’t be more excited to partner with them again on this cuff. We will be donating 100% of the profits from every bracelet sold to provide clean water to a community in Tanzania. As a diamond-producing region, it’s very near to our hearts. We feel it’s important to give back to the local community and make sure they have access to the most important resource of all: clean water.”

“It is a privilege to collaborate with a distinguished family-owned company renowned for their craftsmanship and superior quality,” adds Scott Harrison, founder and CEO of charity: water. “I am honored to introduce this exclusive limited-edition bracelet to the public, and I look forward to witnessing the impact charity: water and Kwiat will make together. Through our joint efforts, we will spark meaningful change and make a transformative impact in some of the world’s most vulnerable communities.”

Charity: water has championed its latest campaign to bring awareness to World Water Day through the limited-edition bracelet initiative. In addition, a separate program called Clear the Calendar was launched this month to empower women in areas lacking safe access to water. By providing clean water, this program gives women and girls more time and opportunities to pursue education, careers, and personal projects.

Visit here to purchase and learn more about the partnership.




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