Two of the new limited-edition styles benefit the Robin Hood Foundation to help impoverished New Yorkers.
The nonprofit has extended its deadline for its “Project Bracelet” competition.
From inclusivity in the workplace to climate change, these are the issues the jewelry giant is prioritizing.
It’s a day for the industry to raise awareness around and funds for children in need.
EF Collection’s Emily Strauss is navigating her grief over the loss of her infant son through philanthropy.
All proceeds of “Juneteenth Medallion” sales, as well as raffle tickets, benefit organizations that support BIPOC.
The U.S. division is beginning the process of assessing, then combatting, its impact.
It donates 100 percent of profits to the Human Rights Campaign, which supports equal rights for LGBTQ+ citizens.
“River of Gold” covers destructive and illegal gold mining in the Amazon.
The organization is asking designers to interpret growth, unity, and equality through jewelry.
The council is honoring companies, brands or people in the accessories industry who are champions in sustainability or charitable leaders.
The “Diamond Aid” campaign calls on the industry to provide aid to India.
It’s inspired by the designer’s bond with her late mother and donates half of proceeds to a scholarship in her name.
A digital campaign highlights the Bali, Indonesia-based jewelry company’s commitment to responsible practices.
Grants up to $7,000 are available.
Originally intended for two Black aspiring jewelry professionals, three individuals will have their gemology education fully funded.
Signet raised the money by selling stuffed animals at its registers and through customer and employee donations.
Funds raised from bids and donations will go to its new initiative—a miner toolkit.
That number is expected to increase as Generation Z gets older and, hopefully, starts buying more jewelry, the World Gold Council found in a new survey.
The nonprofit’s latest campaign aims to raise $50,000 to replace all the outdated faceting machines at the Arusha Gem Cutting School.
Gem Legacy is raising $9,500 to install the equipment at the Precious Women Mine in Mkuki.