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2019 Diamonds Do Good Awards

See some photo highlights from our 2019 Diamonds Do Good Awards held on Thursday, May 30 2019 at Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas.​

Diamonds Do Good
Board of Directors

Botswana Top Achiever and Stanford University graduate Moratwa Chamme addresses the audience.

From left: Botswana Top Achiever Moratwa Chamme, DDG Board President Anna Martin, H.E. Mokgweetsi Masisi, President of Botswana, First Lady of Botswana, Neo Masisi

ALROSA President and CEO Sergey Ivanov accepts the Diamonds Do Good Community Stewardship Award from DDG Board President Anna Martin.

Chow Tai Fook Executive Director, Bobby Liu and Diamonds Do Good President, Anna Martin participate in the 2019 'Balloons for Good' fundraisier.

Hyde Park President and CEO Michael Pollack accepts the Diamonds Do Good Community Building Award on behalf of the Luxury Jewelers Resource Group from DDG Board President Anna. Martin

Our 2019 Honorees

ALROSA

Diamonds Do Good Community Stewardship Award

The world’s leading diamond mining company in terms of total carats produced, ALROSA has been a steward of the community since the discovery of a Kimberlite diamond pipe in 1955 brought thousands to the otherwise barren region. Given the name of ‘Mir’ the Russian word for ‘peace’ it is now home to 35,000 people. ALROSA makes community responsibility one of their company pillars and go beyond providing necessary infrastructure for workers and their families. Each year they dedicate 3% of their revenue for social and economic development across the region and charity projects. This includes supporting education and culture, offering healthcare, rehabilitation, housing, culture and sports activities for the people of Yakutia.

Luxury Jewelers Resource Group

Diamonds Do Good Community Building Award

Established in 2005, the LJRG is a consortium of 12 independent family-owned jewelry retailers across 20 states. The principals are well respected within the industry as much for their business acumen as for their community and philanthropic involvement.  The group is unique in that they regularly meet to connect on challenges and opportunities that affect their individual businesses as well as the industry at-large.  The principals hold themselves to the highest standards and remain committed to maintaining the integrity of their diamonds.  A consistent link between each member is their strong belief in building the community around where they do business. From empowering young girls through Girl’s Inc. to supporting women’s shelters, the homeless, cultural arts and education initiatives, the group’s members epitomize the generosity of the industry.

The banners under this group include Bachendorf’s, Bruce G. Weber, Diamond Cellar, Hamilton Jewelers, Hyde Park Jewelers, Lee Michaels Fine Jewelry, London Jewelers, Lux Bond & Green, Mann’s Jewelers, Reis-Nichols Jewelers, Tapper’s Diamonds & Fine Jewelry, and Tivol.

Previous Honorees

Diamonds Do Good Awards 2018

Bruce Cleaver

Women’s Professional Advancement Award

Government of the Northwest Territories

Responsible Government Award

Diamonds Do Good Awards 2017

David Oyelowo

International Vanguard Award

Graça
Machel

Global Humanitarian Award

Helzberg Diamonds

Corporate Legacy of Philanthropy Award

Diamonds Do Good Awards 2016

Dorothée Gizenga

Sustainable Practices Award

Chow Tai Fook
Jewellery Gro
up

Community Development Award

Nate Light

Lifetime Achievement Award