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.
The $6.5 million in proceeds from the sale of a Patek Philippe watch with a Tiffany Blue dial will be donated to conservation efforts.
Columbia Gem House will auction pieces from MJSA’s Responsibly Sourced Design Challenge to raise funds for the nonprofit Nest.
The #HandinHand sale benefits World Central Kitchen, which distributes food in conflict zones.
A portion of the proceeds from the sale of the famously charitable stone will benefit the international organization.
The nonprofit will buy masks and filters for 5,000 miners in Merelani, Tanzania, to prevent the inhalation of silica dust.
Curated by jewelry advisory The Stax, it benefits a nonprofit dedicated to raising awareness about maternal mortality.
Open to people who use the Peloton bike, treadmill or fitness app, the challenge kicks off May 1.
Proceeds will be donated to the Ukrainian National Women’s League of America.
Scheduled for Feb. 23, it will focus on how major players in the jewelry industry are working toward net zero.
The “Thank You, By the Way” campaign highlights the natural diamond industry’s sustainability efforts.
The Modesto, California retailer will receive $5,000 in credits to work toward carbon neutrality.
The company donates 10 meals to the nonprofit for every piece of jewelry it sells.
Parlé will match donations up to $15,000 in an effort to build houses for teachers at a Tanzanian primary school.
It has become, and will continue to be, an important factor in diamond purchases, according to the 2021 Diamond Insight Report.
MJSA and Columbia Gem House are using their design competition to raise funds for the community, which was badly hit by COVID-19.