Kendra Scott Jewelry donates to Scottsdale Schools

The Scottsdale Unified School District Foundation has confirmed that Kendra Scott, the designer jeweler located in north Scottsdale has donated over $3k in individual pieces and matching collections to raise money in the foundation’s silent auction.

Kendra Scott (Submitted photo)

Kendra Scott (Submitted photo)

The donated collection will be on display at the Quest for the Best Gala, held at the Scottsdale Resort and Conference Center on Saturday, Sept. 12, according to a press release.

“This collection of jewelry is beautiful and fun, our event attendees will enjoy the variety of pieces and knowing 100 percent of proceeds benefit SUSD students and teachers” stated a representative of the foundation in the release.

The SUSD Foundation provides mini-grants and scholarships for teachers to become board certified, as well as new leadership and special initiative scholarships evolving every year. The foundation will recognize outstanding achievements from current SUSD students and teachers and will induct two district alumni into the Hall of Excellence.

Businesses and community members interested in attending the Gala or supporting the foundation may visit www.susdfoundation.org for more information.

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