Dainty Gold Cross Necklace
Be the change agent with your purchase of this best selling absolutely gorgeous dainty gold cross necklace. This minimalist necklace is the must-have self-purchase of the season. Perfect to wear solo or part of the layered necklace set with your holiday outfit, your BLD, or casual everyday outfit. These minimalist necklaces are also among the trendiest gifts of this holiday season for friends and family or as stocking stuffers.
Easy to wear everyday jewelry, that is on-trend, beautiful, meaningful, impactful, and will do so much good in our community.
This dainty gold cross necklace has an 18K gold-filled ball chain that is hypoallergenic will not tarnish, change color, fade, or chip and a charming electroplated 18k gold plated cross charm. This cross necklace is a perfect holiday gift for this season and a reminder to keep faith. Trublu Jewelry has chosen this best-selling gold cross necklace as 1 of 3 dainty gold necklaces to be part of the SOW Collection from sales of which 30% of proceeds will be donated to School On Wheels to support the tutorial services they provide to homeless children of our community.
Each purchase will be shipped in a handmade tulle bag ready for holiday gift-giving with a card describing its meaningful charitable contribution and its impact on our community.
Your purchase is a gift that will keep on giving in so many different ways.
- 30% of proceeds will be donated to School On Wheels to support their day to day operations
- A homeless child will receive the invaluable virtual tutorial to keep him/her on track with schoolwork in these very difficult times
- You or the receiver of your generous gift will wear it proudly for years to come knowing it has done so much good in our community.
- and do you know every time you purchase from a small business you make dreams come true
School on Wheels volunteers provide free tutoring and mentoring to children from kindergarten through twelfth grade living in shelters, motels, vehicles, group foster homes, and the streets of Southern California