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Philanthropy — Reed Schools

 


Donate your old, unwanted gold and 100% of the proceeds will go to The Foundation for Reed Schools!

Pacific Precious Metals is proud to be a business partner with The Foundation for Reed Schools. In addition to the entire proceeds from your donated jewelry going to The Foundation, Pacific Precious Metals will donate an additional 5%. So for every $1 worth of jewelry you donate, $1.05 goes to the foundation.

After filling out the form below, both PPM and the Foundation will be notified of your intent to donate jewelry. Then someone from Pacific Precious Metals will contact you to find out your preferred method for delivering your jewelry (pick up, mail-in, or in-store). Once evaluated, Pacific Precious Metals will call and/or email you with the total value of the jewelry. You can then decide if you still want to donate it, and if so, part or all of the total. If you decide that you do not want to donate it after finding out the value we can return the jewelry to you. Of course, the donation is tax deductible.

Dan Barrett is the owner of Pacific Precious Metals and he has two children currently in the Reed Union School District. Pacific Precious Metals has a storefront in Sausalito, a few blocks from the police station. Thanks for partnering with us to help the children of the Reed Union School District.

 

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* I have read and agree to all Terms and Conditions
I declare, under penalty of perjury, that this information supplied by me is true and correct, I am over 18 years of age, and am the lawful owner of the goods with absolute authority to sell and/or donate the goods that are the subject of this transaction with Pacific Precious Metals and The Foundation for Reed Schools.
 
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