Starring CEO Sabina Belli and other celebrities, the videos emphasize the importance of supporting women who have experienced abuse.
Jewelers of America and Diamond Council of America have organized the fundraiser and extended the deadline for relief requests and contributions to Nov. 11.
Senior Editor, Gemstones, Brecken Branstrator shares takeaways from her second trip to Tanzania and Kenya.
It’s the latest installment of the showroom’s “Have a Heart” charitable initiative.
The challenge invited designers and brands to create 100 collections of silver, gold or gold-plated jewelry crafted with Fairmined metals.
It features the jewels submitted to MJSA’s Responsibly Sourced Design Challenge.
More than 30 designers donated pieces to raise funds for the nonprofit’s work against mercury pollution.
There are three designs to choose from this year, all featuring animals drawn by kids who have had wishes granted through Make-A-Wish.
One hundred percent of proceeds will benefit the nonprofit’s silicosis prevention initiative.
It’s the sixth pendant in a series that donates 100 percent of proceeds to philanthropic organizations.
The Kamtonga Primary School Potable Water Project will expand to the larger community in its second phase.
The three recipients are students in jewelry design helming emerging brands.
Volunteers will fill them with back-to-school essentials for students in under-resourced schools.
The charitable mission is in honor of India’s 75 years of independence.
The diamond firm will give the donation at a ceremony in Namibia this month during a trip for select retail jeweler partners.
The charity will hold its fifth annual fundraising day on Sept. 24.
The timepieces are a natural fit for the humanitarian aviation organization, which brings medical aid to remote areas of the globe.
Its partnership with United People Global provides $100,000 to support entrepreneurs in diamond-producing countries across Africa.
The brands have collaborated on a fine jewelry ode to cannabis.
Hurdle is a fourth-generation jeweler at her family’s store, Hurdle’s Jewelry in Boulder, Colorado.
De Beers is supporting the initiative.
It’s an environmental investment that De Beers hopes will help it reach its goal of being carbon neutral by 2030.