Scott Mikolay Gives Back!

Posted on December 06, 2013 by Tara Mikolay | 0 Comments

'Tis the Season for Giving! Designer Scott Mikolay has partnered up with four local charities for an exciting Desires by Mikolay promotion. Now through the end of December, any piece purchase from Scott's line, Scott Mikolay Jewelry Design, 10% of the proceeds will be donated to the customers choice of charities. Giving never felt this good!


The Junior League of Northern Westchester, was chosen for their support and good deeds geared towards many local charities in need. This organization promotes volunteerism, helping as many people as they can through community, effective action and leadership.


Chappaqua Cure in Our Lifetime, a local group inspired by the loss of their friend from breast cancer at a very young creating this organization, they are committed to funding innovative breast cancer research and promoting breast health through education and outreach. 


Providing a future for New York's underserved at-risk youth,The Graham School Foundation works to ensure student success by creating an academically stimulating program that includes art eduction, participation in athletics, achieves high school graduation, college readiness, and helps prepare these youths for entering into a career. 


Finally, The Mount Kisco Child Care Center is dedicated to providing quality, affordable, child care to a diverse group of children in a healthy and safe environment. The goal of the center is to promote each child's intellectual, physical, emotional and social development emphasizing feelings of self-esteem-benefitting the children and community as a whole. 


With so many reasons to support this fabulous shopping event, how can you resist? Scott's line has long been coveted as a top jewelry brand and the Mikolay's shared love of philanthropy gives you a great reason to shop local this year!


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