Jewellers For Hope Raises ₹1 Crore For Three NGOS
Solitaire International|August 2017

The GJEPC hosted a by-invitation-only charity dinner, Jewellers for Hope, on the sidelines of the show to raise funds for a noble cause.

The gem and jewellery industry has always made it a point to support social causes and is committed towards the betterment of our society. Taking this a step further, the GJEPC launched its first large-scale philanthropic initiative in 2014 with Jewellers for Hope, a charity dinner that mobilised the entire Indian gem and jewellery industry into donating 1 crore towards a noble cause.

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