Security Jewelers sells antique treasures to support Animal AlliesAnimal Allies Humane Society will be the recipient of 10 percent of proceeds from the sale of an antique jewelry collection.
Animal Allies Humane Society will be the recipient of 10 percent of proceeds from the sale of an antique jewelry collection.
Through Dec. 15, Security Jewelers, 307 W. Superior St., Duluth, will be selling unique pieces of antique and estate jewelry, some of which was acquired in October through their “turn gold into green” event.
“Our goal is to generate a large donation to help the homeless pets of our community,” said Jack Seiler, owner of Security Jewelers.
The money raised from this sale will go toward providing medical care for injured or ailing shelter animals, to ensure continuously clean and sanitary housing for cats and dogs, and to provide the tools and equipment Animal Allies volunteers need to socialize the more than 2,000 kittens, puppies, cats and dogs that enter the shelter each year.
“The homeless pets at Animal Allies here in Duluth won’t be getting sapphire earrings or be wearing diamond encrusted collars any time soon,” said Rick Sailstad, executive director of Animal Allies. “But, a donation from Security Jewelers will help better their lives.”
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