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Eiseman Jewels hosted the generous supporters of Catch up & Read, a non-profit agency committed to assisting at-risk elementary students catch up to grade level reading, on Wednesday, October 21 as part of NorthPark Center’s 50 Days of Giving.
Since its inception, giving back to the Dallas community has been a cornerstone of Eiseman Jewels as a company, as well as a personal commitment for the Eiseman family.
”It is our goal that Eiseman Jewels will always take the lead in supporting the many worthy non-profit organizations throughout Dallas and Fort Worth, and therefore inspire others to invest in the next generation of Dallas,” said Richard D. Eiseman, Jr.
Eiseman’s support and giving reaches a broad array of philanthropic organizations, with a strong commitment to children causes, visual and performing arts, medicine and education
For several decades the Eiseman families have contributed to many respected Dallas-Forth Worth charities, including Chrystal Charity Ball, Cattle Baron’s Ball and Fort Worth’s Jewel Charity Ball. Additionally, many other deserving organizations, such as museums, universities, schools, hospitals, arts groups and medical organizations garner continued support through Eiseman Jewels’ in-kind and financial contributions.
Eiseman Jewels is proud to have been recognized by the Dallas Historical Society as a recipient of the 2015 Business Award for Excellence in Community Service.
Diamonds: Andre Vorster or Richard Eiseman | Jewelry & Designers: Michael Johnson or Karen Miller | Watches: Kevin Hopper
The name Eiseman Jewels has always been synonymous with outstanding customer service and unprecedented style, quality and value. Named the finest independent jewelry store in the nation 2010 by National Jeweler, Eiseman Jewels has long been regarded as the Southwest's premier jeweler for...