Donations 2017

Elements Watch Company - Donations 2017


Donations and Charity in 2017

Elements Watch Brand is all about inclusiveness, individuality, and sense of worth. Therefore, we pay special attention to the community around us. Not only do we envision a better world in the future, but we also play our part in making the life for others worthwhile. Elements Watch Brand endorses a plethora of causes through their donations and charity every year. With 10% of our yearly sales dedicated to creating change in the world through different charities, Elements Watch Brand is determined to keep giving back to the society through its philanthropism. From donating for the cause of breast cancer treatments and awareness campaigns to standing for the cause of animal shelters; from endorsing quality education for all to donating funds for fighting AIDS, Elements Watch Brand has always made sure to stay ahead to help the distressed humanity in need.  

Let’s get a glimpse of which different organizations we donated to in the year 2017: 


God's Love We Deliver -

GLWD is an idea envisaged by a woman who once helped a man dying of AIDS by delivering food to him. The ripple of kindness created by this woman has now spread wide and reached five boroughs of New York City, Westchester and Nassau Counties, and Hudson County, New Jersey. Aiming to promote a sense of peace and brotherhood, GLWD is striving for prosperity by providing their humanitarian services free of cost. 

Elements Watch collaborated with GLWD in 2017 and donated funds to this humanitarian organization as a gesture of kindness.  The friendly team at GLWD serves food to terminally ill patients and make a difference in their lives through little deeds of kindness. The cooks at God's Love cook weekly meals and deliver them to the patients who are in need of warm smiles and love. 

GWLD delivers best quality food to its clients, their children and to the senior caregivers of our senior clients, without any discrimination or biasedness of any kind.   This kind of valuable networking between the GWLD team and the community has strengthened their bond and has set an example for others. 

Best Friends Animal Society -

Best Friends Animal Society has been working tirelessly since 30 years to end animal suffering and extend help to animals. Their agenda is to effectively reduce the number of deaths of homeless animals and to provide a no-kill sanctuary for companion animals. They are paying a pivotal role in raising awareness amongst the community regarding showing benevolence to the pets and homeless animals. By promoting a sense of compassion to the animals, they are creating a Positive influence and saving lives of animals. 

NYC Public Schools - Schools.NYC.Gov

Elements Watches supports high quality and free of cost education for everyone. We believe that everyone has the right to gain knowledge and apply it in their life in order to harness their talents. Therefore, we donated our funds to NYC Public schools in 2017 as an act of goodwill. NYC Schools have been one of the oldest and largest school systems in the United States. Therefore, Elements Watches decided to donate to this school system which is responsible to educate millions of minds. Elements Watches aims to work for the benefit and welfare of common man through these little actions that might help make a difference for someone. 

Young Survival Coalition - 

Facing breast cancer in young women, together.

Now in its 20th year, Young Survival Coalition (YSC) is the premier organization dedicated to the critical issues unique to young women who are diagnosed with breast cancer. YSC offers resources, connections and outreach so women feel supported, empowered and hopeful.

A Circle Grows from Three: YSC Background

Young Survival Coalition (YSC) was founded in 1998 by three young women who were under the age of 35 when diagnosed. They were discouraged by the lack of resources available and the under- representation of young women in breast cancer research. Today, YSC is the go-to organization for young women facing a breast cancer diagnosis.