Kendra Scott to donate sales to Harmony Public Schools to benefit students struggling with COVID-19 learning gaps


TEXAS (Nexstar)- Texas-based jewelry designer Kendra Scott will donate 20% of its in-store and online sales to Harmony Public Schools during a two-day charity event this week.

The donation will support programs and services aimed at helping students recover learning losses caused by COVID-19.

“At Kendra Scott, we believe helping children and families live their brightest and happiest lives,” said Hilary Wetmore Bordelon, Marketing and Philanthropic Manager for Kendra Scott. “Especially after such a challenging year for our students and educators we are hoping to spread optimism this Spring and give back to such an important and relevant cause.”

To participate in the “Shop for Good” event, shoppers can visit one of 18 Kendra Scott locations statewide Tuesday, May 4 to have 20 percent of their purchase donated directly to Harmony.

Shoppers can also shop online anytime May 4 or May 5 to have 20 percent of their purchase benefit Harmony when they use promo code GIVEBACK-1D9P at checkout.

“Harmony Public Schools is elated to partner with Texas-based Kendra Scott to bridge the gap in learning caused by COVID-19,” said Dr. Gina Gregory, Chief Development Officer for Harmony. “HPS is dedicated to improving outcomes for its students primarily in underserved communities. These funds will not only assist in closing the gap but will employ essential staff across Texas in our efforts to rebuild from the COVID backslide.”

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