Diamonds Do Good is Making a Difference

Diamonds Do Good is Making a Difference

Diamonds Do Good, the global non-profit, has announced $365,000 of grants for diamond mining and manufacturing communities.

It’s supporting girls’ education and entrepreneurship training in Tanzania, where it launched the Diamonds Do Good Bracelet to raise funds.

Diamonds Do Good (DDG) is also empowering youth with HIV through in Botswana, supporting science programming for high schoolers in South Africa, and helping entrepreneurs throughout diamond-producing countries in Africa.

In India, it is supporting higher education in western Gujurat and entrepreneur programs throughout the country.

And in the rural Northwest Territories of Canada, it is, for the first time, helping the families of mine workers to access education and career opportunities.

Kathy Corey, Diamonds Do Good’s president, said DDG’s newly-published 20923 Impact Report was a testament to its unique role as the only grant-giving organization solely representing natural diamond communities.

DDG, inspired in 2006 by Nelson Mandela to tell the world about the positive impact of diamonds in southern Africa, will host its 2024 GOOD Awards on May 30 in Las Vegas.

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