JCF Adds Fourth Charity, African Project, Membership Drive

The Jewelers Charity Fund for Children (JCF) marked its fifth anniversary with support for a fourth group that aids children, another project to assist African mothers and babies, and its first-ever membership drive. The JCF—the jewelry, gem, and watch industries' own charity—is a nonprofit organization that helps seriously ill and abused children. The new programs were announced at JCF's annual Facets of Hope Dinner, held June 1 during The JCK Show ~ Las Vegas. More than 2,100 guests attended the gala at the Bellagio Hotel. Guest speakers, including an African mother, spoke of how JCF's efforts help them, and actress Sharon Stone (speaking on film) also praised JCF's works. JCF already supports three major children's charities: St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, the Make-A-Wish Foundation, and the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation. The newly added fourth charity is

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