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Donor Services Manager
Carissa Kranz


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Jewelers Mutual Impact Fund

Elevating the love of jewelry and the arts while strengthening the jewelry industry and our communities by empowering youth, embracing technology and fostering community progression

Families of Funds


As a company started by jewelers in 1913, our dedication and passion for jewelry and the arts runs deep. We are committed to fueling the love of jewelry while supporting and strengthening the jewelry industry and our communities through a focus on youth empowerment, technology advancement and community progression.

We support nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organizations that serve communities where our employees live and work, specifically in Wisconsin’s Fox Valley, as well as the Dallas and Miami metropolitan areas. However, we also consider nationwide giving opportunities. Read more about our jewelry industry and community giving on our website.

What We Fund

  • Youth Empowerment: Focused on inspiring and cultivating the next generation of jewelers through support of arts education, as well as supporting organizations that give youth opportunities to enhance their skills, knowledge, confidence and capacity to make positive changes in their lives and communities.

  • Technology Advancement: Dedicated to supporting the use of technological innovation and resources to advance the jewelry industry and enhance customer experiences, as well as support organizations that recognize the transformative role technology plays to help more our communities forward.

  • Community Progression: Centered on supporting the arts to drive positive, sustained development – socially, economically and culturally – in the communities our employees live and work.

What We Don't Fund

  • Events, preference is to support specific programs and/or projects
  • Programs, projects or events that benefit specific individuals
  • Fundraisers, other than through our employee matching
  • Political organizations or causes, or those with political ties
  • Individual schools, churches or religious organizations
  • Fraternal organizations

Range of Grantmaking

Awards typically up to $5,000

Application deadlines:

March 1, June 1, September 1 and December 1 by 11:59 p.m. Central Time.

Funding decisions are made quarterly.
An organization may request funding once per calendar year.

To Apply

Go to the Grant Portal landing page where you will find information on registration, new features, FAQs, and helpful tutorials.


Carissa Kranz
Donor Services Manager
[email protected]