Charity Donation Inquiries
Lizzy James has created the LJ Charitable Donation Division ("LJCDD”) specifically to donate to non-profit organizations that support human health issues, animal care and education. Can we donate to yours too?
LJCDD's goal is to support approved 501c3 organizations by providing authentic Lizzy James jewelry to the 501c3 organization for the purpose of auctioning, raffling, walkathon, etc. to support your important causes.
510c3 organizations may submit their request and application, with supporting documentation, and we will strive to respond within 5-7 business days.
LJCDD will evaluate the numerous requests we receive for charitable donations through a short application process.
1. Your organization must be a US based 501c3.
2. The LJ jewelry donation must be for a specific charitable fundraiser event (e.g. auction, raffle, walkathon, etc.).
3. Proof of your organization's advertising or marketing for the event must be submitted with application.
4. Please send your organization’s and event’s documentation to email@example.com
5. Please include a link to the page on your website where the Lizzy James logo and url link will be placed as a donor for your charity event.
Applications that follow the 5 steps above will be considered.
Upon approval, we will send you a selection of Lizzy James pieces, which at our discretion may be a bracelet, necklace, anklet, ring or earrings.
We will list your organization’s event on the Lizzy James Facebook event page, to help boost your charity's exposure.
If provided, we may post a picture of the raffle or auction winner wearing the Lizzy James jewelry on our Facebook feed.501c3 Organization Responsibilities:
- Raffle, auction or sell the LJ jewelry for the direct benefit of your organization.
- Place a link to www.lizzyjames.com on your event or organization's website indicating our support.
- Send us a picture of the event and (at our discretion) we will post it on our Facebook page to raise awareness.
- No exchanges are allowed on donated items.
- In general, we support organizations that support human health issues, animal care and education.
- Organizations that have a political nature to them will not be evaluated.
- Retailers who wish to support their favorite local 501c3 may have that organization contact firstname.lastname@example.org directly for their event.
Charities We Support:
Non-profit organization working towards ending breast cancer by funding groundbreaking research, community health & advocacy programs globally.
Non-profit organization providing services such as pet adoption, animal hospital facilities, pet boarding and teaching children to love animals.
Non-profit organization building communities of acceptance and inclusion for all people.
Non-profit organization granting wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions in order to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy.
Non-profit organization whose mission is to honor and empower Wounded Warriors who have been severely injured during periods of world conflict.
Non-profit organization which funds research to find a cure for breast cancer in our lifetime.
Non-profit improving the quality of life for individuals living with mitochondrial disease through support, education, outreach, advocacy, and clinical research initiatives.
Non-profit established in 2005 in an effort to combat the horrific treatment of shelter animals in Owen County, Kentucky.
Non-profit providing financial assistance to cancer patients in Southeastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island.
Non-profit organization which functions as an animal rescue & sanctuary providing a permanent and nurturing home for animals - especially pot-bellies pigs.
Non-profit organization advocating for the rights and safety of individuals of all ages who have an intellectual and/or developmental disability.
Non-profit organization that works through volunteer-organized events to promote education, screening and treatment about breast cancer & early detection.
Non-profit organization that seeks to find a cure for MS through research and education.
Non-profit organization that provides the largest and most diverse marrow registry in the world alongside providing support to the affected family members.
Non-profit organization that delivers temporary support and assistance to pet owners in Hamilton County through pet food and supply donations to allow pets to remain in their current homes.
nonprofit organization that adopts dogs from local shelters and rescue organizations and trains them to become psychiatric service dogs for post-9/11 combat veterans suffering from injuries associated with traumatic service experiences.
Non Profit foundation that raises money for school infrastructure and maintenance in order to allow the charter academy to allocate all limited funds to the education needs of the school.
Youth led and organized outreach non-profit organization, whose mission is to empower youth to make a positive difference around them through exploration, action and leadership.
Non-profit organization for a private middle school for underprivileged girls who are below the federal poverty level and have been homeless.
Monies raised help to maintain a successful school.
Non-profit organization that assists disabled & chronically ill seniors in the Jacksonville community with daily support - household chores, errands, medical appointments, financial need and much more.
Non-profit organization that supports & advocates for people with developmental and intellectual disabilities.
Non-profit organization comprised of mothers that assist children honorably serving in the military; providing service through care packages to deployed troops and care packages to veterans.
Non-profit organization comprised of 18 high school volleyball teams that participate in the fundraiser for Susan G Komen, Charlotte affiliate.
Not-for-profit organization which provides programs and services to children and adults with intellectual and other developmental disabilities on Long Island.
Not-for-profit affiliate agency that encompasses: Home Health VNA, Merrimack Valley Hospice and HomeCare, Inc.
Together, they form a comprehensive continuum of the highest quality home health and hospice care for infants, children, adults, and elders, in both home and community settings.
Non-profit providing a progressive educational environment for students with learning differences, fostering academic achievement, self-acceptance, personal growth, and individual accountability.
Multi-service nonprofit whose volunteers bring adoption education and awareness into schools and communities. The organization also provides peer-based support services.
Assisting individuals who are homeless or at-risk of homelessness by offering a path to self-sufficiency and helping these individuals to get back on their feet.
Non-profit leading the fight through research to free individuals from the harm of muscular dystrophy, ALS and related muscle-debilitating diseases that take away physical strength, independence and life.
The Lone Survivor Foundation restores, empowers, and renews hope for wounded service members and their families through health, wellness, and therapeutic support.
Helping women with cancer to hold onto their strength and sense of self during treatment.
Promoting & enhancing the development of boys & girls by instilling a sense of competence, usefulness, belonging and influence.
the Jackson center equips motor-challenged children and adults with the physical abilities and confidence to attain the highest quality of independent life.
Improving League City's community by promoting responsible pet ownership and humane treatment of all animals plus providing enforcement of city ordinances as it pertains to animals.
The largest research institute in the U.S. devoted exclusively to women’s health research. MWRI is making discoveries and advancing knowledge in many areas affecting women including: reproductive biology, breast cancer genomics and much more.
Dedicated to discovering, developing, delivering and teaching effective means to prevent, detect, treat and cure cancer through innovative research, patient care and education.
Strengthens the abilities of families and children to emotionally and socially participate in the community, making life better for generations to come.
Helping Other People Excel through Mind, Body and Spirit. Serves to empower people from all walks of life.
Public non-profit youth amateur sports organization located out of North East Ohio; striving in teaching teamwork and self-confidence, as well as developing athletic ability in the field of roller sports.
Connecting and enriching the lives of children suffering with cancer and other life-threatening illnesses.
Non-profit committed to breaking the cycle of homelessness and poverty each day by offering safe, shelter beds to homeless men, women and children in addition to serving nutritious meals and providing preventive measures to people living in poverty.
Assisting in funding the Health and Smiles Mobile Service. This state-of-the-art dental health facility on wheels delivers high quality dental care to underserved and uninsured families in Collier County.
One-to-one youth service developing positive relationships that have a direct and lasting impact on the lives of young people. Big Brothers Big Sisters
serves children, ages 6 through 18, in communities across the country.
Rescuing and re-homing unwanted and abandoned animals from private homes and municipal shelters and placing them into loving and responsible homes.
Committed to recognizing the importance of collaborative teaching, meeting the needs of each student through differentiated instruction and maintaining high levels of community and family involvement.
Providing comprehensive support and promoting healthy life sustaining education for individuals with autism spectrum disorders and other developmental disabilities
organization helping the needy and poor in our community as well as contributing to health and social welfare programs.
Non-profit educational preschool program designed to enhance child development with a positive self-image.
Providing shelter and medical care for companion animals where they are free from abuse, hunger, fear and loneliness, until placing them in responsible
Bringing together children with physical disabilities and youth volunteers who enrich each other’s lives through one-on-one participation in adapted sports
and recreational activities.
Accelerating the discovery of drugs to prevent, treat, and cure Alzheimers.
Helping to put a stop to impaired driving through education, advocacy and partnerships.
Dedicated to fighting heart disease and stroke through funding innovative research, fighting for stronger public health policies, and providing critical tools and information to save and improve lives.
Rescues, fosters and place homeless, abused and/or abandoned Labrador Retrievers in foster care while awaiting their forever home.
Providing educational scholarships to spouses and children of America’s fallen and disabled service-members.
Providing services to babies who are born with medical problems, born to teen moms or to mothers with disabilities/mental health concerns, or who are born into families who do not have money for basic necessities.
Non-profit that’s leading the charge to develop a cure for Rett, a neurological disorder that afflicts more than 350,000 children and adults.
Mission is to collect gently used and new clothing, accessories, and shoes for males and females ages 12-25 who are in care and the under served community.
Funding life-saving research and prevention programs in the community; building healthier lives, free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke.
Committed to educational excellence for all children as they engage in a learning environment that encourages them while showing the motivation necessary to achieve at high levels.
Providing an educational experience that will fulfill the student's school experience - field trips, after school activities, school supplies and educational support.
a 501(c)(3) charity that seeks to address the overpopulation of dogs throughout the city and surrounding areas of La Paz in Baja California Sur, Mexico.
We do this using a holistic approach that encompasses education, sterilization, community support programs to prevent abandonment, and rescue efforts.
Now, more than 30 years since our beginning, Bethesda Project remains committed to our initial calling — to find and care for the abandoned poor and to be family with those who have none.
Bethesda Project serves 2,000 homeless and formerly homeless men and women each year at 14 sites throughout Philadelphia.
Naughty Donkey Farm Sanctuary is a micro-sanctuary in Stanly County, North Carolina. More than 40 animals call our farm home, including goats, chickens and — as you may have guessed — one very naughty donkey.
Most of the animals who find sanctuary here are from local shelters or rescue organizations, but a few have found us on their own. (Seriously, a blind rabbit once hopped in for help.) Many are seniors or have special needs and would otherwise be euthanized. We also provide hospice care because we believe all creatures should know comfort and love at the end of their lives.
The Country Cattery is a 501(c)(3) cat rescue organization that takes cats and kittens out of shelters where they are at high risk for euthanasia. We work to provide these cats with love, veterinary care, and spay/neuter to help stop the overproduction of cats. We also take in felines from abandoned and neglectful situations and use our network of temporary and long-term foster homes.