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I’m Niki, the founder and designer of Enji Studio Jewelry. We’re a sustainable luxury jewelry brand based in beautiful north county San Diego.

at Enji we’re on a mission to bring you meaningful, modern, ethical design that shows off your style, honors the journey of your life, and reflects your values. We craft each piece for you in our Carlsbad studio bringing new life to recycled gold and silver and using only FairTrade and ethically sourced diamonds and gemstones.

Enji was founded in 2014. We take steps toward positive change in our industry by practicing ethical sourcing and manufacturing and giving back to the local and global community. We create our pieces for everyday wear.

Enji is about modern, minimal design that is made ethically and sustainably and gives back to the community. As creators and consumers, our choices now have a global impact. This is why we consider how things are made to be important and this to be part of our responsibility as a business and global citizen. As a designer and jeweler, I only work with suppliers that share this view. This is why we make all of my pieces using only recycled gold and silver, ethically sourced and fairtrade stones, chains and findings that are made in the USA and Italy, and packaging and marketing materials made using recycled paper and clothing.

Niki is a GIA Graduate Jeweler. She was awarded the 2016 Halstead Grant Award and 2014 Windgate Fellowship Award by the Center for Craft, Creativity, and Design. She has exhibited in galleries throughout the United States and Europe and her work can be seen in the pages of Glamour UK, Basic, Evening Standard, National Jeweler, and more. To see her one of a kind art pieces and CV check out nikigrandics.com

Enji is about modern, minimal design that is made ethically and sustainably and gives back to the community. As a designer and jeweler, I only work with suppliers that share this view. We make all of my pieces using only recycled gold and silver, ethically sourced and fair mined stones, chains and findings that are made in the USA and Italy, and packaging and marketing materials made using recycled paper.

As a member of Ethical Metalsmiths, we hope to be among the first movers bringing transparency and sustainable practices into the luxury fashion jewelry world. Ethical Metalsmiths and Fairmined gold and gems.  All our pieces are made in our studio in San Diego and we use low-impact, environmentally conscious studio practices to lessen our footprint. 

We take steps toward positive change in our industry by practicing ethical sourcing and manufacturing, because it’s important. To us, to you, to the women and men who mined the stones we use to create our pieces. We also donate a portion of each sale to organizations that help empower women locally and globally and work to end domestic violence and human trafficking because that’s part of the future we want to see.

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Lend a Helping Hand

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It was a devastating week for Houston when Hurricane Harvey hit. With little to no warning families were forced to evacuate. Many homes were destroyed, but among the chaos there are still many who need help. Enji believes it is our responsibility to help in time of need, and have already made contributions to those affected by Harvey. The problems might seem far away, but there are things you can still do, even all the way from San Diego. We compiled a list of three major way you can help the recovery efforts in Texas.

Salvation Army/ Red Cross

There most important way to help in the recovery efforts of Houston is to make a financial donation. The Salvation Army and Red C accepts these donations and ensure that the proper resources are met. Monetary donations give organizations the flexibility to efficiently provide immediate resources to survivors without using valuable resources for sorting, packing, and transporting. Although they do accept supplies and other items, it can be difficult for them to sort through large contributions and often do not have enough human power to quickly distribute them properly. To make a direct contribution now

 

To the Salvation Army

click on this link: Salvation Army  

By calling 1-800- SAL-ARMY

By texting STORM to 51555.

 

To the Red Cross

Click on this link: Red Cross

By calling 1-800-RED-CROSS.

By texting the word HARVEY to 90999 to make a $10 donation.

Houston Food Bank

Maybe you want to do more after your donation, a good way to help is to donate your time or supplies. The Houston Food Bank does accept monetary donations as well, but is always in need for supplies. You can organize a food drive in your child’s school or surrounding community. Houston Food Bank most needed items include:

●        Canned ready-to-eat items with pull tops: vegetables, fruit

●        Protein in pouches or pull-top cans: tuna, beef stew, chili, canned chicken

●        Peanut butter

●        Snacks: granola bars, breakfast bars, etc.

●        Toiletries

●        Paper goods

●        Diapers

●        Cleaning supplies: mops, mop buckets, brooms, bleach wipes, bleach, garbage bags, bug spray

You may also make a direct monetary contribution or find out more on their website: https://secure3.convio.net/hfb/site/Donation2?df_id=9314&mfc_pref=T&9314.donation=form1

Animals/ Pets

People were not the only survivors of Harvey, many animals, and pets, who rely on our care, have become lost or abandoned. There are various ways to help support these animals in their time of need. You can support your local shelter, for example the San Diego Humane Society has taken in many animals from Houston. They rely on donations both monetary and supplies to keep these pets comfortable such as blankets, bowls, beds, heating pads, leashes, collars, pet food and many more. For a full list of how you can donate please visit their website: https://sdhumane.org/how-you-can-help/donate/ways-to-donate/

You can also support major organizations who are currently helping the cleanup efforts. The Humane Society of the United States, the ASPCA, Petco Foundation, RedRover and Best Friends Animal Society are all working in Texas and Louisiana's affected areas and could use your support.

Other Ways to Help

●        Donate blood - many were injured and require medical attention; blood banks are sure to use extra blood.

●        Donate toys and supplies -  many children lost their home and are scared. A little toy can help them cope and give them a sense of returning to normal.

●        Donate clothing - many families had to abandon their possessions and only have enough clothes for a few days.

●        Talk to organizations and research what you can do to help.

 

Sources:

https://www.today.com/pets/hurricane-harvey-flooding-how-help-save-animals-pets-t115618

http://fox5sandiego.com/2017/08/28/dozens-of-shelter-animals-coming-to-san-diego-because-of-harvey/

http://www.houstonfoodbank.org/get-involved/harvey-disaster-relief/

http://disaster.salvationarmyusa.org/give/