Project Grace Foundation

Milwaukee, WI (February 11, 2019) – Schwanke-Kasten Jewelers, a family-owned jewelry store based out of Whitefish Bay and Milwaukee since 1899, has just announced that they will be supporting The Project Grace Foundation for their “education” pillar of their new four-pillar philanthropy program. Moreover, the four pillars are: Education, Arts, Community and Health. Schwanke-Kasten Jewelers’ strongly believes that E.A.C.H. of us can make a difference by giving back and working together in our Milwaukee community.

Project Grace Foundation

The Project Grace Foundation began in 2009 in an effort to provide a supportive learning environment for all children. Fast forward eight years, Grace’s Mom, Martha, found herself creating unique bracelets for family and friends; the demand continued.

Martha Flaherty established the Project Grade Foundation in 2017. As a 501C3 organization, the foundations donates 100% of all profits to supporting innovative advancements in education, advocacy and independence for the neuro-developmentally diverse population. Some organizations are Best Buddies of Wisconsin, Global Down Syndrome Foundation, Down Syndrome Foundation of Wisconsin.

The bracelets are created with a combination of semi-precious stones, metals, vintage beads, charms, and other fabulous finds. Moreover, once you rock one of these unique bracelets you become a member of Gracie’s Tribe.

Additionally, You can contact Martha Flaherty at martha@theprojectgracefoundation.org for more information regarding donations

Furthermore, follow this link to learn more about Schwanke-Kasten Jeweler’s E.A.C.H. program.