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To our valued customers,
We would like to reach out to you directly and share with you the steps we are taking in light of the current Coronavirus (COVID-19) to ensure the well-being of the My Name Necklace community.

The health and safety of our customers and employees is paramount to everything we do. As such, all of our offices and factories are being cleaned and disinfected on a regular basis. All employees are adhering to CDC recommended handwashing and hygienic practices. We are closely monitoring this developing situation and making adjustments as necessary to ensure a sterile and safe work environment.

As your trusted partner in personalized jewelry, we are committed to delivering the My Name Necklace experience you know and love in a healthy environment that promotes and protects the well-being of all. To ensure YOUR safety, every single piece of jewelry is thoroughly cleaned before shipment. We also offer delivery options that do not require face-to-face interactions, with the courier leaving your package outside your door.

We are committed to ensuring an easy and safe experience for you. Our online site remains open for business and we are continuing to operate as usual with all necessary precautions. Feel free to contact our Customer Care Team with any questions or concerns.

Take care of yourself and your loved ones,
The My Name Necklace Team

Celebrating Black History Month

Celebrating Black History Month
Equality is a major keystone of MyNameNecklace in which we aspire for just work standards. This month, MyNameNecklace is honoring Black History Month by taking a look back in history at how we’ve achieved equality and diversity throughout the years. National African American History Month is celebrated in February and commemorates the contributions that African Americans have made to American history in their struggles for equality and freedom. The celebration is celebrated all month long observed by many, including academia and cultural institutions as well as pop culture through literature, music, and film.
How Black History Month Began


National African American History Month originated in 1915 when Dr. Carter G. Woodson, historian and author, founded the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History. Through this organization, Dr. Woodson initiated the first Negro History Week in 1926, which was selected because the birthdays of Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass, two key figures in the history of African Americans, celebrate their birthdays that month.

Resetting Standards


In 1976, President Gerald R. Ford issued the first Message on the Observance of Black History Month in which Negro History Week became Black History Month. According to President Ford it was important to “seize the opportunity to honor the too-often neglected accomplishments of Black Americans in every area of endeavor throughout our history”. Since then, each American president has issued African American History Month proclamations and the Association for the Study of African American Life and History continues to promote the study of Black history all year.



Today, Black History Month is a time when the United States, as well as Canada, the UK, Germany, and the Netherlands take the time to celebrate influential historical figures as well as the current and next generation of leaders throughout the African-American community. We are proud of our company’s commitment to diversity and will continue to strive and push for equality in the workplace.

Tally Moran
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A twenty-something-year-old, style-obsessed, food loving, social media animal with an endless love affair for fashion and lifestyle themes. Tally is a copywriter and the voice behind the My Name Necklace Blog.

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