JCFC Raises $600,000 for St. Jude Hospital

The Jewelers Charity Fund for Children (JCF) recently donated $600,000 to help further life-saving research performed in the Jewelers Charity Fund for Children Stem Cell Transplantation Laboratory at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in Memphis, Tenn. The funds will be used to find innovative ways to treat childhood cancer. Created by the jewelry and diamond industry with the sole mission of raising monies for charities that benefit children, the JCF has donated $6.5 million since 1999 to fund life-saving programs run by its charity partners. The Facets of Hope Dinner is a JCF fund-raising event—held every year in Las Vegas—at which two prominent members of the jewelry industry are honored for their tremendous support of the JCF mission. On hand to dedicate the newly endowed labs were JCF chairman Victor Weinman of DesignWorks Jewelry Group Ltd.; 2003 Facets of Hope co-honore
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