Lucky Feather started in founder Jill Schiff's home in Los Angeles in 2006 when she was looking for a gift to lift a friend's spirits but couldn't find exactly what she was looking for. So she started designing and packaging and created a company with a simple, lovely goal: to spread good energy and inspiration by offering trend-setting, affordable gifts and jewelry for any occasion.
Lucky Feather Gives Back
As Lucky Feather has grown, so too has its mission and reach. Lucky Feather not only wants to inspire women everywhere with its messages of positivity and empowerment but we want to help women and girls in low-income countries and communities to achieve their dreams. To that end, Lucky Feather is a proud supporter of The Pad Project, a non-profit corporation that creates and cultivates local and global partnerships to end period stigma and to empower women worldwide. Check out their website to learn more. www.thepadproject.org
Founded by a group of high school girls in Los Angeles, including Jill’s daughter, Ruby, The Pad Project, along with Jill’s husband Garrett, went on to produce the 2019 Academy Award winning short documentary “Period. End of Sentence.” Here’s the whole family with the Oscar! And be sure to check it out on Netflix!