The spirit of giving back

Philanthropy

With many pieces of jewelry designed as gifts from the heart, Revell Jewelers chooses to share that ‘heart’ with custom designed donations to local community organizations. Supporting families in this community who are affected by a devastating diagnosis of cancer by working with The Gilda’s Club of the Quad Cities, is a passion of ours. Revell Jewelers also supports a number of individual cancer charities and children’s charities. Typically, we create and donate custom designs that raise funds at the live auction. Like and watch our Facebook page for details of unique donation pieces!  Some of our favorite causes have included:

Make-A-Wish Iowa, YWCA, Dogtoberfest, Children’s Therapy Center Quad Cities, Norma Leah Ovarian Cancer Initiative, Birdies for the Brave, Children’s Miracle Network, Kennedi’s Kisses, Camp Courageous, Gigi’s Playhouse, Royal Ball Run for Autism, Gilda’s Club, Hav Life and more.

Thank you all so much! You are always so kind and generous in supporting Make-A-Wish!

Debbie Stotlar-Moorehead

Make-A-Wish Iowa

Since we started in 2012, your donation of the custom puzzle piece pendant has become a highly prized piece and valuable part of our fundraiser. Kids with autism and their parents here in the Quad Cities are extremely grateful!

Jen Hartmann

Royal Ball Run for Autism

Thank you so much for supporting the YWCA of the Quad Cities.

Julie Larson

YWCA

James Revell and his team are absolutely the best. He has made several pieces for me and he does amazing work. His civic generosity for this cause is overwhelming.

Peggy O’Malia Rucker

Dogtoberfest, Crow Creek Park

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RECENT HAPPENINGS

 The Bodice Project sponsored by Revell Jewelers and designed by Dawn Wohlford-Metallo, for the Ovarian Cancer Awareness Auction Party (Figge – September 23) was featured with some other stunning designs on Paula Sands Live.

If you missed it, click to check out the spot!