Diamonds Do Good supports programs that develop and empower people in diamond communities.


Donations for the October Virtual Event will help the students of the Renaissance School Located in the Diamond mining town of Messina, South Africa– a project developed by the Young Diamantaires.


The donations to the Renaissance School funds the construction of two crucial assets to the school: the library and cafeteria.  The cafeteria is necessary to the students of the Renaissance School as it provides daily meals for students. The library is needed to enhance the learning of the students in a safe space. 

The Young Diamantaires represent the ethos of the industry to give back to the communities where diamonds are found.

Watch the video below to learn more about the project at the Renaissance School.

With a donation of $50 or more, you will receive Diamonds Do Good’s updated version of the iconic green malachite bracelet made famous by Kimora Lee Simmons at the launch of the organization.

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