You can make a difference through Diamonds for Peace (DFP)!

To make fair diamonds a reality, we need to implement activities for the long term that will be sustainable.

Why don’t you become a corporate member to have a world in which diamonds are mined, cut, and processed with humanitarian and environmental considerations?

[Note] When the responsibly mined diamonds from our targeted community in Liberia become available in the future, Diamonds for Peace will give the access to her current corporate members. This is because the availability of diamonds will be limited especially in the early stage. We recommend you to become a corporate member today!

Membership Category Annual Fee Benefit
White Diamond Member USD 300 1)     DFP will post your company or brand name, logo, brief, and URL on DFP’s English and Japanese websites.

2)     DFP will post your company or brand name, logo and URL in a printed DFP newsletter upon becoming a member and when renewing the membership

3)     DFP will send you 50 copies of the printed DFP newsletter “The Journey”.

Yellow Diamond Member USD 500 1)     DFP will post your company or brand name, logo, brief, and URL on DFP’s English and Japanese websites.

2)     DFP will post your company or brand name, logo and URL in a printed DFP newsletter upon becoming a member and when renewing the membership

3)     DFP will send you 100 copies of the printed DFP newsletter “The Journey”.

4)     DFP will send you a handwritten thank you letter with a photo from an artisanal diamond mining community that DFP supports. You will be able to use the letter and photo for your marketing and annual report.

Pink Diamond Member USD 1,000 1)     DFP will post your company or brand name, logo, brief, and URL on DFP’s English and Japanese websites.

2)     DFP will post your company or brand name, logo and URL in a printed DFP newsletter upon becoming a member and when renewing the membership

3)     DFP will send you 200 copies of the printed DFP newsletter “The Journey”.

4)     DFP will send you a handwritten thank you letter with a photo from an artisanal diamond mining community that DFP supports. You will be able to use the letter and photo for your marketing and annual report.

5)     DFP will invite you to a reporting meeting held for Pink Diamond Members.

Blue Diamond Member Your preferred amount more than USD1,000 1)     DFP will post your company or brand name, logo, brief, and URL on DFP’s English and Japanese websites.

2)     DFP will post your company or brand name, logo and URL in a printed DFP newsletter upon becoming a member and when renewing the membership

3)     DFP will send you 200 copies of the printed DFP newsletter “The Journey”.

4)     DFP will send you a handwritten thank you letter with a photo from an artisanal diamond mining community that DFP supports. You will be able to use the letter and photo for your marketing and annual report.

5)     DFP will invite you to a reporting meeting held for Blue Diamond Members.

Option

  • An additional printed newsletter: USD0.50/pc and shipping cost
  • If you’d like to use a photo(s) DFP owns in your owned media, you can use them upon DFP’s confirmation on the contents of the article.

Payment

Please pay with your credit card.

Application

Please download the application form below.
Fill it out and then email it to us at: info[at]diamondsforpeace.org with the heading “Corporate Membership Application.”

DFP Corporate Membership Application Form (Word document)

Upon receiving the email with the application form filled out, DFP will email you the Paypal invoice for payment.
DFP will also ask you to submit the logo and brief in English to be posted at the website. DFP will translate your brief into Japanese.

Inquiry

Please email us to: info[at]diamondsforpeace.org

Corporate Members

Corporate members are listed on the page below.
https://eng.diamondsforpeace.org/corporate-members/

Messages from Corporate Members

Mara Bragaglia, Jewelry Maker, Maraismara

I am so happy to support Diamonds for Peace and can’t wait to share with the world what you are doing!

Mio Harutaka, Jewelry Designer for MIO HARUTAKA

As a jewelry designer dealing with diamonds, I have had conflicted feelings as I know the toil of laborers and environmental issues associated with diamonds.

I have believed that it is the miners and manufacturers who make natural diamonds shine, and its brilliance gives its owner a sense of richness that will be passed on to future generations. Connecting producers and consumers and being responsible for the inheritance of human wealth should be the mission of the jewelry industry.

I decided to take actions with one step at a time, both as a company and as a designer. I would like to think carefully so that all the people related to my business will be happy and nature will be protected.

Mari Hoshi, CEO, R Jewels Japan Ltd.

Diamond jewelry lasting for a lifetime is a  symbol of love, and it will be fostered as a memory over time. I believe that diamond jewelry represents the most beautiful human sensitivity and creativity.

That’s why I support Diamonds for Peace in the hope that the mining process will be transparent and accountable with consideration of human rights and the natural  environment.

[Sustainable Development Goals that Diamonds for Peace is working on]

Please see below for the global goals that DFP is working on.

Goal 1: End poverty in all its forms everywhere

DFP provides assistance to artisanal diamond miners and diggers, upstream actors in the supply chain of diamonds, in order to bring them up out of poverty and help them become self-reliant.

Goal 5: Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls

DFP promotes gender equality by encouraging the cooperative to increase the number of female members and by involving more women in DFP’s activities.

Goal 6: Ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all

DFP cooperates with the mining communities to set up wells to supply clean water as well as install public toilets.  

Goal 8: Promote sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment, and decent work for all

DFP provides assistance to diamond-producing countries, especially in Africa, to achieve sustainable economic growth. DFP also promotes decent work for artisanal diamond miners and diggers.

Goal 10: Reduce inequality within and among countries

DFP is engaged in reducing inequality among diamond supply chain actors.

Goal 12: Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns

DFP develops a mechanism in which diamond purchases will not hurt diamond supply chain actors, and in which the mining, cutting/polishing, and manufacturing of diamonds will be done in a responsible manner.

Goal 15: Protect, restore, and promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems, sustainably manage forests and combat desertification, halt and reverse land degradation, and halt biodiversity loss.

DFP promotes afforestation in the areas where they work in Liberia, so that forests can absorb more greenhouse gases.
DFP provides assistance to artisanal mining cooperatives and mining communities so that they understand the importance of the conservation of terrestrial ecosystems and the natural environment (especially forests and rivers in the areas they live), and to encourage them to take action to protect them.
Furthermore, DFP develops a system in which protecting environment will bring them income.

Goal 17: Strengthen the means of implementation and revitalize the global partnership for sustainable development.

DFP shall endeavor to achieve the above goals together with such partners as the concerned government agencies, public charity groups, non-governmental actors, educational institutions etc.

※The citation for the SDGs is at the following
https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/topics/sustainabledevelopmentgoals

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