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Doing Our Part for You and Our Community

Colonial Jewelers is proud to be a part of the Frederick community and believe we have a responsibility to do our part to support it. We've had the opportunity to donate to many organizations big and small all within the community we live in. It has always been a staple of our business to raise money and awareness for charitable causes throughout our community for the 75 years we've been in Frederick!

Breakfast at Tiffany's

Breakfast at Tiffany's

We're bringing back our wildly popular Breakfast at Tiffany's event, which was last presented in 2011.  Imagine hundreds of Frederick women strutting downtown as Holly Golightly, all in one fun evening.   We will sell the "kits" with all the pictured accessories, to turn anyone with a little black dress into an Audrey Hepburn look-alike.  Included will be a wine party at Colonial Jewelers, followed by a walk down the red carpet to the Weinberg Center, where there will be a cocktail party and screening of the iconic movie, and a judging of the Best Holly Lookalike. 

All proceeds from this event will be donated to the Hurwitz Breast Cancer Fund. 

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Giving Back

Giving Back

The Hurwitz Breast Cancer Fund was established in 1999 by Jeff and Patty, after Patty's diagnosis of breast cancer. After traveling to Baltimore for treatment, the fund was established to provide the most innovative options in early detection and treatment of breast cancer for the Frederick community. Since then, contributions from the Fund are helping save lives locally. Every dollar donated to the Fund is used for local direct patient care and there are no administration costs taken from donations.

Over the past 22 years, more than $3 million has been raised through community support for the Fund and it's events.

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Em(brace)let Program

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Started during the global pandemic in the 2020, the Colonial Jewelers Em(brace)let program started as a way to give back during a time when we were not allowed to open our doors but wanted to provide a way for people to give back. The first recipients of the Em(brace)let campaign - were all charities working diligently to provide services to our community during this time. Because of the tremendous success we started to make bracelets for other charities and have continued to expand the collection. 100% of the profits from the Em(brace)lets go directly to the charity.

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