Jewelers for Children Renews Its Commitment to an AIDS-Free Generation

Since 1999, the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF) has been incredibly fortunate to be a Legacy Charity Partner of Jewelers for Children (JFC).

EGPAF

Since 1999, the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF) has been incredibly fortunate to be a Legacy Charity Partner of Jewelers for Children (JFC), a charitable organization comprised of businesses and individuals in the jewelry and watch industries which focuses on helping children in need.

On Sunday (May 31), JFC announced a generous $625,000 commitment to EGPAF for 2015 at its annual Facets of Hope Dinner in Las Vegas, Nevada. Throughout our longstanding partnership, JFC has donated more than $2.8 million in support of EGPAF’s efforts to create a world where no child has AIDS.

“I am proud of the efforts that Jewelers for Children has put forth to help give this gift to every mother and every child everywhere around the world—no matter where they live,” said EGPAF Ambassador Florence Ngobeni-Allen to dinner guests on Sunday.

EGPAF greatly values the support of JFC and its members as we continue our mission to achieve an AIDS-free generation. We were proud to celebrate that meaningful partnership last weekend.

Check out the video we shared at the Facets of Hope Dinner, which expresses our gratitude for JFC’s continued commitment to ending AIDS in children: