Beth Millner Jewelry sells 5,000+ masks to raise funds, releases new designs for program
MARQUETTE –Beth Millner Jewelry has released new face masks for its Face Mask Fundraiser program, according to organizers.
“After the spread of COVID-19 made the use of cloth facial coverings recommended in the state of Michigan, we pivoted our business to produce them,” a news release from Beth Millner Jewelry states. “Since then, we have sold over 5,000 masks, and partnered with various community organizations to create masks that donate profits to those organizations.”
The newest partner is the Superior Alliance for Independent Living. Other partners include the Upper Peninsula Land Conservancy, Public Radio 90, The Superior Health Foundation, The Marquette Senior High School Maker Space Fund, an Upper Peninsula chapter of Stand With Trans, and the Historic Vista Theater in Negaunee, MI.
To date, the business has been able to raise over $1,300 for local organizations through its Fundraiser Mask Program. In addition to this fundraiser program, Beth Millner Jewelry also has a jewelry fundraiser program that donates profits to Upper Peninsula nonprofit organizations. Its newest partner for this program is the Community Foundation of Marquette County. To date, the Jewelry Fundraiser Program has raised nearly $32,000 for local organizations.