Diamonds International Honduras donated 7000 hours in community service to the Island of Roatan and we continue to contribute to local causes, schools and projects weekly!
Project Kindergarten Wild Cane: 11 Volunteers and 70 hours cleaning the school and the outside areas to make the area a safer and more enjoyable place for all its students.
Campaigning against Dengue: 12 volunteers and 60 hours of cleaning the streets of Los Fuertes.
The Home Kitchen: 480 hours and 6 volunteers! Weekly assisted in cooking and distributing food to the homeless and the less fortunate residents of the island.
Diamonds International Clothes/Toys donation: Collected and donated hundreds of items of clothing, books, toys and shoes to the less fortunate residents of the Island.
Repairing and building stairs in the school of Presentacion Centeno: Making the school more user friendly and safer for all its students. 540 working hours and 9 volunteers!
Project Sand Castle Liary: The sorting of 4000 books donated from the US for the children of the Island.
Painting classrooms, organizing a sorting facility and creating a pay area for the children of Jose Santos Guariola school: 110 hours and 8 volunteers.
Building a wall surrounding the public play area by non profit organisation to protect from flooding: 173 hours and 9 volunteers.
Cleaning and repairing items surrounding the kindergarten to make the facilities safe: 120 hours, 6 volunteers.
Project Calvary Church: Helped build a community center for the calvary church and finish construction.
Pandy Town School: cleaned the school, fixed benches and play areas for the children and organized school materials. 110 hours, 11 volunteers.
Gariuna Community center: cleaned all building and storage, painted the building and landscaped. 95 hours and 13 volunteers.
Nuna Academy: Paint this new school in time for school year! 360 hours, 8 volunteers.
Testimonial from Director of Nuna:
'Diamonds International was a huge help to us getting the school painting done as well as cleaning all the classrooms, thank you for all your support of the Nana academy."
Lunsford Johnson school: Cleaning the school inside and out and organizing all school materials! 80 hours and 7 volunteers.
Helping with children with learning difficulties and assisting teachers with day to day running of the school: 720 hours and 5 volunteers.
Testimonial from Director of the school:
'Diamonds havebeen amazing, they have made huge changes to these childrens lives. We want to thank Diamonds International who made a change in this part of the world and this school"
Kindergarten Loma Linda: Clean and make the outside areas safer for the children. Repair their once loved swing sets to their former glory. 90 hours and 3 volunteers.
Kindergarten Diamond Rock: Clean and paint the interior and exterior of this school.
Testimonial from NABIPLA:
'I am so thankful for Diamonds internationals patience, time and contribution to the education of the Bay Islands"
Renovate, clean and paint this entire medical clinic to service the local community: 520 hours, 16 volunteers!
Director of clinic:
"Diamonds continue to give back to the communities of Roatan, they worked so hard through the hottest days of the year, they are so dedicated to every cause and got all jobs done, thankyou for supporting our patients"
Juan Brooks School: Revamping the entire school, inside and out! Reconstruction the stadium seating to make safer, repairing bathrooms, classrooms and stage. 910 hours and 14 volunteers.
Juan Brooks School: Revamping and re building these seating area for the students.
August, 2013 ~ 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.
July, 2013 ~ 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!
July, 2013 ~ Diamonds International Team Roatan donated their time to one of the local kinder garden schools to help improve the overall health and safety of its grounds and to also teach the students the importence of keeping our beautiful Island tidy and rubbish free!
A large portion of the rough diamond supply that produces the Crown Of Light® is sourced in Namibia. A vibrant cutting facility employing local citizens was established in Windhoek, Namibia to cut the Crown Of Light diamonds. Duiker Investments 142 (Pty) Ltd., trading as Almod Diamonds determined to stand with the people in a grass roots way that was meaningful to its citizens. In further reaching out to the Namibian community, Almod Diamonds Namibia is the proud sponsor of a local orphanage called Baby Haven. This child care facility welcomes orphaned infants and children who have been diagnosed with HIV. Almod Diamonds Namibia supports their basic needs as well as bringing the human touch with new toys, games and personal visits from Almod Diamonds Namibia management. In this way, the innocent little ones of Namibia are given a chance to thrive, and once again, to be carefree children. Almod Diamonds Namibia knows that while financial support is needed, nothing can replace the personal contact that demonstrates their affection for these little ones. When Almod Diamonds Namibia management comes to Windhoek a highlight of their trip is a personal visit to the children of Baby Haven. Besides bringing gifts that generates laughter from the children of Baby Haven, there is always care, concern and a warm hug from the team of Almod Diamonds Namibia.
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