You can make someone’s dream come true!
Sponsor a Student
We have people tell us all the time how they have been wanting to take that leap and begin jewelry making. Some are searching for a new fulfilling career path, some just need some “metal therapy”, or they do not have the means to pay for a dream class. In order for us to touch as many lives as possible through the art of jewelry making, we invite you to sponsor a student.
Here are some amounts to get you inspired on how to jump start an individuals dream. Please contact us at 512-799-0731 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like us to assist you in finding the perfect fit for your donation.
The Full Monty – $1380
- Provide a student with 64 hours of instruction time in one of the best and fastest paced jewelry schools in the nation! This program will give them the confidence needed to solder, saw, set stones, form metal, and design fabulous jewelry while creating rings, bracelets, earrings, and pendants. You donate and they can book their dates later.
Jewelry 101 – $640
- Help them get started with the first half of the Full Monty, Jewelry 101. They will have 32 hours of instruction time in the studio learning techniques for rings, bracelets, earrings, pendant, stone setting and soldering.
Donations to our studio and community
With 1500+ students entering our studio each year we aim to have top of the line equipment and tools, so all can learn in a well equipped professional studio. In order to keep up with the demand of our students and members we are constantly working on improvements for our ever expanding academy. A donation to help us facilitate these changes would be greatly appreciated and tax deductible.
We also take donations of tools new and used. If you would like to donate tools or equipment please contact us email@example.com with a description of items before you drop it off to see if it fits our needs.
We are an official drop off spot for The Toolbox Initiative. A volunteer effort created by jewelers Matthieu Cheminée and Tim McCreight in 2014. The goal is to assist jewelers with limited resources through the collective strength of the metalworking community and to create new connections worldwide. Click here if you would like to donate, plus see a list of suggested tools donations that you can drop off out our studio.