July 2014 - Diamond store staff leave beach sparkling clean.
The Lend-A-Hand Project by Diamonds International was in full swing 22 July as a group of 50 volunteers descended on Barkers Beach in Grand Cayman to collect over 20 bags of garbage and debris. An initiative of Diamonds International, the “Lend-A-Hand” project encourages staff to give back to the local community. The volunteers mostly consisted of staff from Diamonds International and sister store Tanzanite International.
Established two years ago, the “Lend-A-Hand” team has taken part in several projects in collaboration with non-profit organizations, including the Cayman Islands Crisis Center, Red Cross, Meals on Wheels, Humane Society and the Department of Environment. Read full story at Cayman Compass Newspaper >>
Diamonds International Grand Cayman supports the Foster Home of Cayman Island, which enables local children to attend summer camps the months of July and Augus.
Diamonds International Grand Cayman also sponsored a 2008 Governor’s Cup Golf Tournament in Aid of Big Brothers Big Sisters (Tee Up for Charity). The golf event was held on Saturday, November 22, 2008.
Diamonds International Grand Cayman supports the Big Brothers Big Sisters Organization of the Cayman Islands. Recently, we sponsored a benefit event of Jazz, Pasta, & Fashion that took place at a local restaurant. We are also in the process of creating a volunteer program for the organization. Diamonds International employees will be offered the opportunity to provide friendship and guidance to the children.
In May 2010, we opened a new building on Church Street which houses our flagship store on the first floor and office space on the upper floors. Free office space was given to the Big Brothers Big Sisters Organization at this location.
Journey to a Cure – Support the Fight against Breast Cancer. Diamonds International joined in the battle against breast cancer when it launched a new pendant to promote breast cancer awareness. The one-of-kind creation is called "Linie" in honor of Irene Panoff's late sister, who lost her battle against breast cancer at the young age of 35. Five percent of gross sales are donated to the Jackson Memorial Foundation and the UM/Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center for breast cancer treatment and research. Download the PDF