Rancho Santa Fe Estate and Fine Jewelry to hold Holiday Open House benefit
Rancho Santa Fe Estate and Fine Jewelry will be hosting a family- and pet-friendly Holiday Open House Celebration from 5:30-8:30 p.m. Dec. 4.
The event, at 6024 Paseo Delicias in Rancho Santa Fe, will include holiday entertainment by musician Ean Corbett, free appetizers from Rancho Santa Fe Bistro, holiday cookies by Claire’s on Cedros Bakery and Café, hosted beverages and an opportunity drawing.
A portion of all event sale proceeds will be donated to the nonprofit Shelter to Soldier. All guests who attend to purchase jewelry that night, or who preview items that night and return to buy items by Dec. 31, will contribute to the donation back to the charity. Opportunity drawing items include an Anna Beck gold cuff from Rancho Santa Fe Estate and Fine Jewelry, a silk scarf from the White Rainbow Collection, a turtle sculpture from Rock-n-Rusties, and a gift basket from Beautiful You Skin and Body Rejuvenation.
Shelter to Soldier is a San Diego-based 501(c)3 nonprofit that rescues shelter dogs and trains them to become certified psychiatric service companions for post-9/11 U.S. combat veterans with PTSD (www.sheltertoseoldier.org). Studies estimate that 1 in every 5 military personnel returning from Iraq and Afghanistan is suffering from PTSD.
Rancho Santa Fe Estate and Fine Jewelry specializes in a variety of services including expert cleaning, re-sizing, jewelry and watch repair, custom jewelry design, pearl re-stringing, appraisal, and acquisition or consignment of gold pieces, diamonds, estate, antique, designer/gemstone jewelry and watches. According to owner Coleen Freeman, “We’re pleased to host this event celebrating over 30 years of operation in Rancho Santa Fe and honored to donate back a portion of proceeds to Shelter to Soldier. Our philanthropic component to benefit veterans will be extended throughout the holiday shopping season for those who visit our open house. In the spirit of giving during the holidays, we hope to make a difference.”
To learn more, visit www.ranchosantafejewelers.com or call 858-756-4047.