At Satterfield’s Jewelry Warehouse, we appreciate your business and we look forward to working to make your special moment the best it can be.
We are here to help you select something that meets a need for the occasion you are celebrating – But we also want to be proactive in meeting the needs of those who have encountered unfortunate circumstances. That’s why we came up with the Give Back Columbia Program.
The Give Back Columbia Program is a group of charities Satterfield’s Jewelry Warehouse supports by donating back a percentage of sales to the charity of YOUR choice. Simply make your purchase and fill out our donation form. We will then donate a percentage of that sale ot the charity of your choosing.
At Satterfield’s Jewelry Warehouse, we want to help local charities so that funds will be there when your neighbor needs that help. We know from experience, that none of us can predict our future. Let’s face it, we don’t know from day to day when we may face a life crisis in our own health or finances and need a helping hand from one of the wonderful charity organizations.
This is an opportunity to partnership with you. At the same time that you are purchasing a beautiful piece of jewelry, you are also activating a helping hand donation that is reaching someone who needs a little help — a little hope to get back on their feet or maybe just to make a day a little more bearable. And guess what? You will be blessed for giving.
Come back and visit this page and see how your donation gift along with others has helped someone else in your community.
Also look for a Charity Awareness Weekend which will be scheduling soon. A spokesperson from your favorite charity will be invited to meet and greet our customers and give informative information pertaining to your favorite charity. If you don’t want to make a purchase but want to help one of your chosen charities, simply pick up a donation slip, mark the charity and list your cash donation. We will forward the donation to the appropriate charity. We appreciate your business and we appreciate you for helping our local South Carolina community with your purchase/donation.
All charities participating in the Give Back Columbia Program have been contacted and have agreed to be a part of the program. No charity will be added without the expressed approval to be included.
Note — We are currently working with 9 charities recognized as part of the program. These charities were chosen by our customers and we intend to make changes by adding and dropping charities as the participation dictates.
If you would like to request a charity for consideration to our Give Back Columbia Program, please email the information to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Helping Human Needs
Epworth Children’s Home – https://www.epworthchildrenshome.org/
Investing in comprehensive care transforms the life of a child. When you make a financial contribution in any amount to Epworth Children’s Home you are investing in a child’s educational, spiritual, physical and emotional future.
Habitat for Humanity – https://www.habitatcsc.org/
Central South Carolina Habitat for Humanity, this is what unites us. Through shelter, we empower. Our shared vision is a world where everyone has a decent place to live.
Leeza’s Care Connection – http://www.leezascareconnection.org
At Leeza’s Care Connection, we help all kinds of family caregivers and their loved ones live better lives by providing information, connection and community. Our centers offer a safe place to learn, express and share. Educational programs like seminars, presentations and mentoring help caregivers BREATHE in the oxygen they need to get through this journey, knowing there is help out there, and they are not alone. It also helps them manage the demands of their ever changing life as a caregiver.
Mission Lexington – http://www.missionlexingtonsc.org
Mission Lexington is the hub of care for Lexington County, assisting families and individuals with life essentials, resources, and guidance. We meet over 30,000 needs in Lexington County each year, ranging from helping an elderly couple with food to funeral expenses for a child. Our partner network includes local businesses and government agencies, corporations, organizations individuals and more than 50 member churches who sustain our vision daily.
Sistercare – http://www.sistercare.org
Sistercare’s mission is to provide services and to advocate for domestic violence survivors and their children, and to promote prevention of domestic violence through community awareness and training. Sistercare is the only organization that specifically offers shelter and support services for survivors and their children in Richland, Lexington, Kershaw, Newberry, and Fairfield counties.
Helping Health Needs
SC Spinal Cord Injury Association – https://scspinalcord.org/
Through the services of the South Carolina Spinal Cord Injury Association, individuals with spinal cord injuries find a valuable resource for their needs, questions, and concerns. They discover a powerful source of strength through others who have experienced similar life-altering injuries. We also provide information, education, and support to family members and professionals who serve those with spinal cord injuries.
Ronald McDonald House of Columbia – http://www.rmhofcolumbia.org
Ronald McDonald House Charities® (RMHC®) Columbia, SC provides guest families with all the comforts of home, so they are able to focus on what matters the most, the health of their child. Keeping families close to each other and the care they need.
Daybreak Lifecare Center – http://www.daybreakcola.org
Our professional staff provide up-to-date information about pregnancy, abortion procedures and adoption. We also provide evidence-based evaluation and treatment of many sexually transmitted infections (STIs). We serve all individuals regardless of age, sex, marital status, ethnicity, faith/religious belief, and sexual orientation.
Helping Animal Needs
Carolina Wildlife – http://carolinawildlife.org/
Foster and medical care for orphaned and injured wildlife.We are devoted to the rehabilitation of injured and orphaned animals and the preservation of wildlife through education.