Anne X Joseph
Anne X Joseph
Anne X Joseph founder, Daniele Klien, has always been passionate to philanthropy. Since introducing her brand, she has committed to dedicating two collections, annually, from which sales will be donated to a worthwhile cause or organization.
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The 3rd Annual Anne X Joseph "Rosa" Collection was released at the beginning of October, which marks Breast Cancer Awareness Month. A variety of OOAK, pink-themed necklaces, bracelets and earrings were sold. Additionally, in collaboration with 3 Ghanaian female-owned brands, we added special edition tote bags, beaded bracelets, and scarves. All locally, and sustainably sourced and made. This year, 50% of all sales generated from the campaign have been donated to Embrace Society Ghana.
The 2nd Annual Acceptance & Inclusion Collection was released in April, 2023, at the beginning of Autism Acceptance Month. A variety of OOAK handmade pieces, with matching necklaces and bracelets carrying the infinity symbol (as preferred by the Autistic community) were sold, with 100% of all sales donated to The House of Mercy Orphanage in Accra, where a loving, supportive home is provided for orphaned children with disabilities.
The "Rosa" Collection, which was founded in September, 2021, consisting of pink themed jewelry and accessories in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness was repeated in 2022 and highly successful. 50% of all sales resulting from this collection were donated to "Living Beyond Breast Cancer"
The Acceptance & Inclusion Collection was released in March, 2022, leading up to Autism Acceptance Month. A variety of OOAK handmade beaded bracelets with matching necklaces were sold, with 50% of all sales donated to "WordPlay" Pediatric Speech Language Pathology Services in Canada.
The "Rosa" Collection was released in September, 2021, and consisted of pink themed jewelry and accessories. In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October, 50% of all sales from this collection were donated to "Living Beyond Breast Cancer" in the US, and the "Breast Cancer Foundation" in the Cayman Islands.