Nashelle Hosts Women's Jewelry Making Workshop Night
February 8, 2017
Part of Nashelle’s mission is to give back to those in need. Company founder, Heather Nashelle, devotes part of her busy schedule to supporting local causes dear to her heart. This past week, Heather hosted a jewelry making workshop that was auctioned off to raise money for the Family Resource Center, here in Central Oregon.
The money raised from the auction went towards supporting classes that the center puts on, for local parents who need extra assistance. The Family Resource Center helps parents learn how to become better at their hardest full-time job, parenting. Kids don’t come with instructions, but this class is the closest thing to universal guidance. The recent auction raised $2,700 for the Family Resource Center; with every dollar going directly towards the cost to offer the parenting class as well as child care for parents attending the class.
During this week’s jewelry making workshop lead by Heather, 27 women were taught how to make their own pair of gold earrings. These women were able to see the effort and creativity that goes into making the jewelry that is made at the warehouse every day. With wine, desserts, and laughter shared throughout the night each woman left with a set of beautiful earrings that they can say they made with their own two hands.
Nashelle thrives to give back to the community, and is continuously supporting charitable causes. Our jewelry company has grown because of the support of our local community, and we will continue to help the Central Oregon community however we can. For all charity type inquiries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.