Supporting Good Causes

As a world wide organisation we take corporate responsibility very seriously. We understand that the natural wonders of the world that are diamonds have to be mined from the earth by humans which is extremely risky and we try and balance this risk by supporting some selected charities that give hope to others to survive. If you come in contact with any charity that we can look at to support, we welcome your thoughts.

Currently, we are supporting a few charities. Our main charity partner is The Rajasthan Foundation,an organisation of volunteers based in London doing exceptional work with disabled children in Jodhpur, Rajasthan. Children visitng the facility can empower their lives and for the first time, be independant. For further information and to become a volunteer or give to this charity, please visit www.ourtrf.org

Eran Diamonds is proud to support Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity. Each year the charity must raise £50 million to support the work of the hospital and provide funding for vital equipment, the redevelopment of the hospital, pioneering research and patient welfare. To make your own donation, please visit www.gosh.org

Eran Diamonds is also proud to support charities working in Africa, the predominant resource for rough diamonds. We try and help communities which are sometimes disrupted by the diamond industry. Our sponsorship of WaterAid www.wateraid.org will help bring some essential lifeline to distant communities

The Company is also delighted to sponsor ActionAid, a global movement of people working together to further human rights and defeat poverty, for all. Kindly visit www.actionaid.org.uk to make your own contribution.

Eran Diamonds is also pleased to work with Savethechildren, with a belief that No Child Born to Die. Thousands of children die of malnutrition every day among the poorer parts of the world. www.savethechildren.org.uk tries to make a difference in the statistics for many children. Please support this charity like us to save more children dying every day.