Be Jeweled

Be Jeweled is Food Share of Lincoln County’s biggest fundraiser and a fun event for everyone.

Donated jewelry is collected by a dedicated group of volunteers throughout the year, which is then valued, categorized, cleaned and priced. This one day sale draws over 500 people, locals and visitors alike, who shop, shop, shop.
Be Jeweled continues throughout the year with items on sale at the Antique Mall, Rustic Ridge and Oceanic Arts in Newport where surplus fashion jewelry is on display and sold.

Be Jeweled is on eBay!  You can continue your support of Food Share of Lincoln County by purchasing an item of fine gold and silver jewelry. Rings, bracelets, pendants, earrings and more are available at reasonable prices. All proceeds go to our pantries and partner agencies to help provide nutritious food for families, individuals, seniors and veterans. We have sold, to date, approximately $44,000 in surplus fine and vintage jewelry on eBay to thousands of customers from all over the USA and the world. Happy shopping!

Food Share of Lincoln County has kicked off its annual campaign to acquire donated jewelry from the community.  An unworn bracelet, necklace or earrings can be repurposed and resold to our shoppers. Proceeds of $30,000 from the 2023 sale were able to help us support our programs in the county.  

We accept all types of jewelry: gold, silver, costume, vintage, beads, watches, ethnic and artisan.  Our sale is a delightful event that helps get our message out to the community and makes our shoppers happy.  

We have drop sites all over the county where the jewelry can be delivered:

  • Food Share of Lincoln County
  • Lincoln City Cultural Center
  • Newport 60+ Center
  • Newport Chamber of Commerce
  • Oregon Coast Bank-All Branches
  • 1st Security Bank-All Branches
  • Diamonds by the Sea
  • Newport Office of Martek Real Estate

Mark your calendars for 2024:

Date: Saturday, May 11th, 2024
10 AM to 4 PM
Closed from 1-2 PM
1/2 price sale 2-4 PM

Central Coast Assembly of God
236 NE 6th St, Newport, OR 97365

We can always use more help, so please call us at 541-265-8578 or email
 if you are interested in volunteering.