The Diamonds Do Good Awards will take place on Thursday, May 30, 2019 at 6:30pm in the Palazzo Ballroom at the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas.

Bringing together a unique mix of the international diamond jewelry industry, government officials, dignitaries, tastemakers, and celebrities from fashion and entertainment, the 2019 Diamonds Do Good Awards will honor industry leaders and companies that have made an outstanding contribution to improve the quality of life of people in diamond communities throughout the world.

This event will celebrate and highlight inspirational stories and the people who have made a positive difference in their communities, both locally and globally. Award categories will represent a broad cross section of the industry, as well as companies, trendsetters and influencers.

A Cause for Celebration!

The proceeds of the 2019 Diamonds Do Good Awards will benefit the Diamond Empowerment Fund’s mission of providing scholarships for youth from global diamond communities while continuing our consumer driven goal of communicating the ways diamonds do good! D.E.F’s own ‘diamonds do good’ story is seen in the growth of young scholars from each of  D.E.F.’s program recipients: The Botswana Top Achievers Program, The Graça Machel (Mandela) Trust, Veerayatan’s Colleges of Pharmacy, Engineering & Business Administration, Diamond Development Initiative, and three NEW beneficiaries this year, which are part of our new Diamond Empowerment Fund Scholarship Program Mandela Institute for Development Studies (MINDS) – A post-graduate study program for a student from a diamond producing country in Africa n a field of interest that meets the needs for improving the quality of life for Africans. Mine Training Society – a partnership between Aboriginal governments, public government and the mining industry with the mission of supporting Aboriginal people and Northerners in finding long-term employment in the mining industry. Sentebale Botswana – Founded by Prince Harry & Prince Seeiso in 2006, Sentebale (translation: ‘Forget Me Not’) supports the mental health & wellbeing of young people affected by HIV in Botswana.