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Diamonds Do Good and Model Flaviana Matata Create Bracelet to Support Girls in Tanzania September 06, 2022 (0 comments)


New York, NY--The nonprofit Diamonds Do Good, model Flaviana Matata and Greenwich St. Jewelers have partnered for a charitable initiative, to support education and entrepreneurship training for young girls in Tanzania.

Diamonds Do Good has created a genderless bracelet, featuring black onyx beads, a champagne diamond and four black diamonds in partnership with a BIPOC designer. A portion of proceeds from each bracelet sold will be donated to the Flaviana Matata Foundation. The goal of the Foundation is to help young girls in Matata’s native Tanzania to become self-sufficient and leaders in their community.  

The bracelet retails for $129 and launches at Greenwich St. Jewelers online and in-store on September 15.

Diamonds Do Good is the industry’s sole global grant-giving organization representing natural diamonds. Its mission is to support education, healthcare and entrepreneurship programs in communities where natural diamonds are mined, cut and polished. 

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