This December, Marmol Radziner Jewelry toasted the inauguration of its online store with a special promotion to benefit terminally and chronically ill kids in Southern California. The architectural firm spinoff, which transmutes building remnants into “personal, portable architectural fragments,” is donating 10 percent of its profits to The Painted Turtle, a nonprofit, multi-disease camp in Lake Hughes founded by co-founded by actor-and-philanthropist Paul Newman.
The architectural spinoff transmutes building remnants into “personal, portable architectural fragments.”
“The Painted Turtle offers very sick children the gift of a lifetime, a gift of laughter, fun, and personal growth that they would otherwise not be able to experience,” says Marmol Radziner principal Ron Radziner, who turned to jewelry after finding the state of men’s accessories wanting. “Through our work, we hope to give something back to our local community this holiday.”