Diamonds International is committed to giving back to the communities in which our stores are located, as well as to charities worldwide. Learn more about the causes we support and the people who make our charitable endeavors possible.
Diamonds International sponsors Young Aruban Artwork Project installed at the Cruise Ship Port. As Diamonds International continues with their multi-million dollar renovation of the Port of Call mall, they are making all efforts to keep up the appearance of the building and mask their construction site. More Info >>
To close off the national month of celebrations of Belize, September, Diamonds International invited primary school students from Belize City to submit an essay or poem about a teacher who has changed their life. After an overwhelming response, three winning submissions were chosen and on Monday, September 30th, Diamonds International held a concert and awards ceremony to honor these outstanding students and the teachers who inspire them!. More Info >>
It was with open hearts that the staff and residents of Sister Cecilia's Home for the Elderly received our staff on 23 August, 2013. During this visit with 52 residents, our staff brought them lunch, played games, had conversations and danced with them. The residents were very appreciative and excited for the visit and the interaction as well. The visit proved to be a very rewarding one by all the happy faces that we left there. More Info >>
On Monday, July 29th, Diamonds International joined forces with the Belize City Council and donated 75 school bags filled with art supplies towards their second annual Summer Camp Program. The camp runs for three weeks during summer vacation and offers arts and craft, computer skills, sporting activities and various educational outings to students from ages four to twelve. This year the camp is being held under the theme, “Shaping Young Minds Today for a Better Belize Tomorrow" and is part of the City Council's ongoing efforts to invest in youth development. More Info >>
DI Roatan volunteer to redecorate the local public clinic. This clinic works extremely hard everyday to contribute healthcare to to the locals of Roatan. We spend our time there repainting the interior and reorganizing medical supplies. DI Roatan continues to contribute to all organisations on the Island. More Info >>
Diamonds International Roatan donated a total of 525 man hours to the local public school Juan Brooks to help make their school a cleaner and safer environment for all of their pupils! Nothing was left untouched from the buildings exterior, to all play areas and even the teaching of pupils on the importance of recycling and looking after their environment. Below is just a taster of what we achieved! More Info >>
Diamonds International joined forces with the Belize City Council and donated 75 school bags filled with art supplies towards their second annual Summer Camp Program. The camp runs for three weeks during summer vacation and offers arts and craft, computer skills, sporting activities and various educational outings to students from ages four to twelve. This year the camp is being held under the theme, “Shaping Young Minds Today for a Better Belize Tomorrow" and is part of the City Council's ongoing efforts to invest in youth development. More Info >>
A team of 15 employees from Diamonds International took to the streets to deliver warm meals to 100 of Belize City's homeless. A large supply of food and beverages was purchased using proceeds from the company's annual charity raffle, and volunteers generously donated their time to cook and package the meals personally. The event was extremely well received by community and a camera crew from Channel 5 Television filmed the team making their deliveries for the evening news. More Info >>
Diamonds International employees are proud participants in the Diamonds International Lend a Hand project which concentrates on contributing to our local communities and its residents.This last weekend the Diamonds International team donated their time to one of the local playgrounds at Centro di Bario Tanki Leendert to help clean, paint and improve the safety of its grounds. No corner was left untouched as the team worked hard through the day in the scorching sun to complete the cleaning of the playground and to bring it back to its former glory. By the end of the day, the playground was already in use by a few kids who were eager to play. More Info >>
Diamonds International Aruba’s employees joined forces and collected funds amongst themselves to help out two children in need to help purchase all of their back to school supplies and uniforms. ‘Adopt A Child’ is a program founded to help out the children of Aruba who live in poverty and do not have the resources to purchase their back to school supplies and pay for their tution. Every year local companies ‘adopt’ a number of children to help out in the quest to better the future of our children. To a great new school year ahead! More Info >>
Diamonds International Barbados honours the top 20 performing Barbados Secondary School Entrance Examination students. Each child received a MontBlanc pen and a special gift from Diamonds International. More Info >>
The 2013 Diamonds International/Sandy Lane/ Rotary West Golf Classic took place at the Sandy Lane Golf Course on Sunday June 9th. Sixteen (16) Teams participated in this worthwhile event. The two Rotary clubs (Rotary West & Rotary South) are working together on their 2013 Charity Project which will be beneficial to the youth of Barbados. More Info >>
Diamonds International Nassau Charity Events: DI CARES - SUMMER YOUTH PROGRAM. More Info >>
Diamonds International Nassau Charity Events: September, 2013 ~ Diamonds International Apprenticeship Progrmam. More Info >>
LEND-A-HAND VOLUNTEER CREW. More Info >>
LEND-A-HAND VOLUNTEER CREW. Cauldean Academic Institute Martha Brae, Trelawny ~ July 5th, 11th, 12th, 15th and 16th, 2013. More Info >>
There’s no doubt that it takes a team effort to achieve difficult goals. And when it comes to finding a cure for cancer, it’s not one person — but millions — who strive every day to reach that goal. From scientists to doctors to philanthropists, each plays an important role.
Diamonds International joined in the battle against breast cancer with the launch of a new pendant that will promote breast cancer awareness. The one-of-a-kind creation is called “Journey to a Cure” and was created in honor of Irene Panoff’s (co-publisher of Porthole Cruise Magazine) late sister, Linie Hilderink, who lost her battle against breast cancer at the young age of 35. A portion of the sale from each pendant will be donated to the Jackson Memorial Foundation and the UM/Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center for breast cancer treatment and research.
Tanzanite International, sister company to Diamonds International, has funded the Board of Charitable Eyecare Mission since 2007, which offers annual week-long free eyecare services in Arusha, Tanzania. The first year of the program treated over 2,000 Mererani residents and it has grown significantly with each passing year. Tanzanite One, the mining arm of Tanzanite International, built the Naisinyai Primary School in the Mererani region, which provides education for area children aged 5 to 11.
Baby Haven started in 2003 after a series of articles was published in the Johannesburg newspapers highlighting the large numbers of babies that had been abandoned in local hospitals. Many mothers who went to hospital to give birth learned of their HIV+ status and simply left the hospital without their baby. Other babies were found abandoned in rubbish bins, in fields and public places, and taken to hospital.
Baby Haven Namibia provides a home to orphans up to the age of fifteen who have been diagnosed with HIV. It also serves as the link between the babies and their adoptive parents. In a continent overburdened with orphans, Baby Haven has been part of the answer.
ALMOD Namibia, sister company to Diamonds International, is committed to the Namibian community and pledged to support the Namibian branch of Baby Haven.
The Saving Tiny Hearts Society’s mission is to raise money for grossly under-funded, crucial, life-saving research of congenital heart defects (CHD), America’s #1 birth defect. Nearly 1 of every 125 babies born in America each year is affected by a Congenital Heart Defect.
The Saving tiny Hearts Society is the only organization in the country that was formed for the sole purpose of raising funds for congenital heart defect research with 100% of general donations going directly to funding this research. There are no paid employees and we are run entirely by dedicated volunteers. Furthermore, the organization’s overhead costs are fully funded by our Board of Directors and directed donations.
Diamonds International is proud to support the Saving Tiny Hearts Society.