The donation to a school in Namibia included computer equipment, infrastructure repair and sanitary wear.
Actress Michaela Coel was “dripping in gold” at the Met Gala, wearing jewelry handmade by fellow British-Ghanian artist Emefa Cole.
Selected designers will create jewelry using recycled and donated goods to be exhibited and judged in November.
Following a record number of applicants, 14 emerging designers were selected for the mentorship program, now in its fifth year.
Registration is open now to join the for-profit arm of Gem Legacy on its third trip to Tanzania and Kenya.
A portion of proceeds from select jewels will benefit the Lower Eastside Girls Club.
At the Prime Stage Theatre in Pittsburgh, “Perseverance” will share the story of jeweler Melvin Goldman.
In the wake of another school shooting, jewelry designer Brent Neale Winston raised money for the nonprofit via an Instagram sale.
The Museum of Arts and Design is hosting its annual benefit sale of contemporary jewelry later this month.
The organization said it will recognize those who exemplify the idea that doing good is good business.
The CEOs of Signet, Helzberg, and GIA spoke on a water conservation panel, and had lakes named in their companies’ honor.
Sales of the sleek sterling silver and diamond design will go to nonprofit organization charity: water.
Here’s what the nine chosen organizations plan to do with the funds.
Hari Krishna Exports and the Dholakia Foundation’s “Mission 100 Sarovar” aims to create 100 lakes to help revive an area of Gujarat.
The exhibit received the Betty Clayton Gibson Memorial Trophy for “Best Museum Exhibit for 2023.”
It’s the sixth annual video championing women’s rights in honor of International Women’s Day.
It’s awarded annually to a female student majoring in a STEM discipline.
The Seven West Village literally went to the dogs in mid-December, hosting a charity event benefiting WeACT.
The money went to individuals in diamond mining and manufacturing communities in Africa, India and Canada.
Six designers from the Natural Diamond Council and Lorraine Schwartz’s Emerging Designer Diamond Initiative have debuted their collections.
The application deadline is Feb. 28.
Stephanie Gottlieb, Jewelers Mutual’s Mike Alexander, and Craig Rottenberg of Long’s Jewelers are among the new board members.
Jewelers for Children will recognize the Gabriel brothers and Watches of Switzerland’s Brian Duffy at its annual event.
GetFit4Kids allows participants to join in no matter where they live.
The organization awarded grants to 11 programs in Washington State and California.