Kendra Scott Shines Bright in Supporting Panhandle Disaster Relief Fund With Districtwide Gives Back Event
In the last few months, the Texas Panhandle has been hit hard with disasters. First, the rain flooded Amarillo, Hereford, and other areas of the Texas Panhandle and then a tornado tore through Perryton destroying homes and businesses and taking lives.
Many of our people in the Texas Panhandle were hurt or devastated by these disasters. Although the people of the Texas Panhandle step up and help in any way they can, there is always more that is needed.
That's exactly why it is so amazing to see that Kendra Scott Jewelry is stepping up to help the people of the Texas Panhandle.
Kendra Scott stores do Kendra Gives Back Events at certain stores throughout the year for non-profits, but this is bigger and better for the Texas Panhandle, not only are they doing a giveback day in Amarillo, they will be doing it across multiple stores in our district.
On Saturday, July 8th, Kendra Scott Gives Back to the Panhandle Disaster Relief. From 2-4 pm, Kendra Scott stores in the district are giving 20% of your purchase to the Panhandle Disaster Relief Fund. Twelve stores will be participating in the event, those include, Amarillo, TX, Midland, TX, El Paso, TX, Salt Lake City, UT, Albuquerque, NM, Springfield, MO, Kansas City, MO, Omaha, NE, Wichita, KS, Leawood, KS, Denver, CO and Lone Tree, CO.
My stepfather once told me the greatest thing I could do with my life was to use my talents to improve the lives of others around me. I carry those words with me every day. - Kendra Scott
If you are not going to be able to get to a store, then no worries, you can still take part in Saturday's Give Back Day. You can shop online starting at 12:01 am on Saturday, July 8th - July 9th at 11:59 pm. Make sure you use the online code GIVEBACK-EJOND when you check out. Visit the Kendra Scott website here.
Money raised will go to the Amarillo Area Foundation's Panhandle Disaster Relief Fund to help those that have been affected by the recent disasters in the Texas Panhandle.