PEOPLEPhotos: Heart of GoldBrooke Garber Neidich is turning her father’s jewelry company into a gold mine—and giving away the profits.by Alix Browne03.17.15Photographer: Gus Powell1Photographer: Gus PowellBrooke Neidich in her store on Madison Avenue, with a work by David Benjamin Sherry.2Sidney Garber working at his store in Chicago, 1963. Courtesy of Brooke Neidich.3A Sidney Garber gold and diamond Harlequin bracelet. Photograph by Tim Hout.4Sidney and Brooke Garber at a father-daughter dinner dance, 1968. Courtesy of Brooke Neidich.5Hillary Rodham Clinton and Neidich at the Child Mind Institute anniversary dinner in November. Photograph by Ann Billingsley.6Sidney Garber gold and diamond Feathers That Move earrings. Courtesy of designer.7Photographer: Gus PowellNeidich at her store in front of works by Donald Judd.8Sidney Garber Shield of Sapphires brooches. Courtesy of designer.9The artist Glenn Ligon, Studio Museum director Thelma Golden, Neidich, and Whitney curator Scott Rothkopf at the Whitney Gala in November. Photograph by Andrew H. Walker/Getty Images.