Join Us and Save the Amazon, One Tourmaline at a Time
The Amazon is a precious natural wonder in our world, affecting virtually every aspect of our global ecosystem.
With the catastrophic fires currently raging there, it isn’t an exaggeration to say that the health of our planet is at stake, to say nothing of the tragic impact on the many indigenous peoples and wildlife species who call the Amazon home.
Among the myriad of natural resources that emanate from Brazil, which is home to a large portion of the Amazon, tourmaline is one of the most magnificent.
In support of the people and natural habitat of the Amazon, during September, October and November,
we at GURHAN will contribute 25% of the profit from online sales of our tourmaline jewelry to the Amazon Forest Fund established by the Earth Alliance.
This donation applies to all our tourmaline jewelry in stock online. Unfortunately we cannot take special orders for this offer. We apologize in advance if a piece you love sells before you make it yours...
To make a $100 donation without buying tourmaline jewelry, simply purchase a gift card HERE.
The entire amount will go directly to this cause.
Protecting the Earth
GURHAN has always been dedicated to protecting the integrity of our earth’s natural resources. Sustainable, ethical sourcing is a top priority and a cornerstone of our decisions as to where and from whom we acquire our materials, whether diamonds or precious stones, gold or coral.
We invite you to enjoy a GURHAN design as you join the effort to save the rainforest
About Earth Alliance
Launched in July, Earth Alliance is a joint environmental conservation project founded by actor Leonardo DiCaprio, philanthropist Laurene Powell Jobs, and private equity guru Brian Sheth. On Sunday, the organization formed an Amazon Forest Fund, with an initial $5 million pledge from DiCaprio. The fund will be focusing resources toward local communities and groups working to protect the Amazon, as well as those affected by the fires. Earth Alliance noted five groups so far that will receive funding, including the Kayapo people, the Brazil chapter of Coordinator of the Indigenous Organizations of the Amazon Basin and the Instituto Socioambiental. We have chosen this cause as 100% of donations goes directly to the Amazon causes it supports.