Canister Program

Jewelers for Children plexiglas donation canister which looks like a wooden toy block

The Jewelers for Children canister program is a great way for your company to support JFC and to involve your employees and customers. The attractive canister and Plexiglas stand are available, free of charge, to anyone who would like to participate in the program.

You can earn seats to the Facets of Hope event from your canister collections. For every $ 500 that a company submits in canister donations in a year, they earn a dinner ticket to the event. This is a great reward to use with employees who truly adopt the canister program and work to increase contributions.

You can use the canister in a number of ways, including having your customers and employees drop money in, as well as using it for a collection site for your own matching contributions. Some successful ideas include:

  • Invite customers and employees to drop contributions into the JFC canister.
  • Perform minor services such as watchband sizing, jewelry cleaning, or gift wrapping for free, and ask that customers put a donation in the JFC canister in return.
  • Run a special promotion in which proceeds or a portion of the proceeds from a particular product or service goes to JFC.
  • Conduct a special “JFC Week” (or month) in your store, during which time a portion of your sales proceeds go to the JFC. To help promote your event, you can use the JFC ad slick and press release with your local media.
  • Offer to match all customer contributions to the JFC canister with an equal donation of your own.
  • Offer to make a contribution to JFC for every $100 or $500 a customer spends in your store.

To read about how one jeweler uses the canister program, click here

To order a JFC Canister, click here (PDF)

JFC would like to recognize those companies that participated in the canister program last year:

Diamond Level

  • Sterling Jewelers, Inc.

  • Goodman’s Jewelers, Inc.

  • Benari Jewelers

Platinum Level

  • Helzberg Diamonds

  • Howard’s Jewelry & Loan

  • In House Jewelers


  • Becker’s Fine Jewelers

  • Fred Meyer Jewelers

  • Genesis Jewelry

  • Kevin’s Fine Jewelry

  • Long’s Jewelers, Ltd.

  • Meyers Jewelers Grove City, Inc.

  • Reeds Jewelers


  • Ayres Jewelry Co.

  • Bill Selig Jewelers

  • Bremer Jewelry

  • Chain Reaction

  • Crescent Jewelry Company

  • Delyn Jewelry Specialist

  • Dunkin’s Diamonds

  • Krombholz Jewelers

  • Michael’s Jewelers

  • Moshe Namdar & Co. (USA), Inc.

  • Olufson Designs

  • Peterson & Young Goldsmiths


Alarcon Jewelry
Alvin Magnon Jewelers
Angela Beebe
Annmarie Castagno Clark
Arnold’s Jewelers Inc.
Aronstam Jewelers
Austin & Warburton
Bejeweled by Shari Ltd.
Bell Family Jewelers
Black Mountain Jewelry Company
Brundage Jewelers
Busch Jewelry Co., Inc.
Byrd’s Jewelers, Inc.
Carlyle & Co.
Chet’s Jewelers
Christo Jewelers
Cooper’s Jewelry
Crown Jewelry & Gifts

Harel Jewelers
Henry C. Reid & Sons
Dahlquist Fine Jewelry Ltd.
Dana Pilolli
Dawn Cunningham
De Robertis Jewelers
Diamond Exchange
Don’s Fine Jewelry
Ernie Ross Jewelers
Fantasy Diamond Corporation
Farnan Jewelers
Fast-Fix Jewelry Repairs
Felts Fine Jewelry
Frederick Goldman, Inc.
Gold Wolff Jewelers
Goodman & Sons Jewelers
Gregmans Jewelers
Hannoush Jewelers

Hollis & Company Jewelers
Holman Jewelers
Hoover & Dunn
Iroff and Son
J. Albert Johnson Jewelers
Jewelry Depot
Jimmy Smith Jewelers
King’s Jewelers
Kinne’s Jewelers
Kisner’s Gems
Lee Ann’s Fine Jewelry, Inc.
Mallove’s Jewelers
Marilou Dusyn
Martin Jewellers
Michael’s of Ligonier
Monarch Jewelers LLC.
Morrison Smith Jewelers, Inc.
Parian & Sons, Inc.
Paul’s Jewelry Designs

Plotkin’s Jewelry & Gift Shop
Polumbo’s Jewelers Inc.
RJO Inc.
Robbins Bros.
Romm & Co.
Roth Jewelry
Sanders Jewelers
Spratford Fine Jewelry
Towne & Country Jewelers
Von Gehr Jewelry Shoppe LLC.
Watchmakers Diamonds & Jewelry
Way Fil, Inc.
Wiford Jeweler
Wild Daisies
Yardley Jewelers, Inc.
Younglan’s Jewelers
Zerbe Jewelers

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One-time donation.


Monthly donations.*


*Final Fee Includes 3% Processing Fee. Amounts shown are the 1/12 annualized figured for the Hero for Hope Program.