New York—Jewelers for Children’s Rings of Strength will now be held at four key industry events next year.

The charity has announced that in 2020, supporters will be able to join in during the Centurion jewelry trade show in Phoenix on Jan. 28, the AGS Conclave in Denver on April 27, during Las Vegas jewelry market week (where it has been held previously) and at the Atlanta Jewelry Show on Aug. 8.

Participants will once again be able to choose between a 5K walk/run or early morning yoga at all locations. The Las Vegas edition also will have a biking option.

Participants can sign up as individuals or build a team page with friends or colleagues. During sign-up, they also can create their own unique fundraising page and URL to forward to friends and family to encourage them to sponsor the chosen activity.

Sponsorship opportunities are also available, including event-specific sponsorships as well as participant swag sponsorships covering all four events.

All funds raised will benefit the Jewelers for Children charity partners.

Details on sponsorships for each of the four events and how to register can be found at

“The Rings of Strength events make it possible for everyone to be involved in Jewelers for Children and support kids in need,” said JFC board chair Debra Puzio. “Anybody can sign up and create their own fundraising page and help make a difference.”

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