The International Gemological Institute is selling bracelets in support of the Jewelers for Children’s Fund at the JCK Show ~ Las Vegas 2005.
The metallic rubber charity bracelets will be available beginning June 3 at IGI’s booth (#12038), the Jewelers for Children’s Fund booth (#L66), and at the registration area for the Sixth Annual Facets of Hope dinner on June 5. Gold bands will sell for $5 and the silver bands for $10. All proceeds benefit the Jewelers for Children’s Fund.
Since its inception in 1999 by the jewelry and diamond industry, Jewelers for Children has donated nearly $15 million to charities that aid children suffering from life-threatening illness, neglect or abuse.
IGI, founded in 1975, provides the fine jewelry community and consumers worldwide with a range of services including: independent diamond grading, colored stone and jewelry identification reports, LaserscribeSM*, and table branding. IGI’s School of Gemology conducts polished and rough diamond, colored stone and pearl identification courses as well as jewelry design courses.