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Act Now: 7 More Days to Bid at Charity Auction

Bids will be accepted for one more week at the IGI and Virtual Diamond Boutique (VDB) auction of lab grown diamonds and jewelry to benefit Jewelers For Children (JFC). The auction will conclude this coming Sunday, the night of the Facets of Hope Dinner at The Venetian Las Vegas.

Download the App and Bid

Everyone who would like to participate is invited to download the Jewelers for Children auction app on their smartphones. and register. Over $31,000 worth of loose lab-grown diamonds, along with lab-grown diamond jewelry, all with verified grading reports from IGI, is being auctioned off to the highest bidder. Unlike prior events, where one had to be present to participate, this auction is entirely online, using an auction app that VDB created specifically for Jewelers for Children. Simply download the app, browse, bid, and benefit.

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Lab Grown Diamonds as a Power for Good

Proceeds generated from the items sold will benefit JFC’s charity partners. Since 1999 JFC has donated over $57 million to charity partners Make-A-Wish® America, Make-A-Wish® International, the National CASA Association, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital®, the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation, the Organization for Autism Research, the Santa America Fund and others, to the benefit of children who are victims of catastrophic illness or life-threatening abuse and neglect.

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Making Wishes Come True

As the jewelry industry’s charity, Jewelers for Children relies on the generous support of jewelry and watch manufacturers, trade associations, retailers, professional jewelers and all those who provide professional services to the jewelry industry.

On behalf of JFC, IGI and VDB, let’s all unite on behalf of children.

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