By hosting various events ranging from charity support to donating our jewellery to these worthy causes, Starfire continues to work closely with all the following charities. Starfire Diamond Jewellery continues to support these wonderful local businesses and initiatives by being an active member in Bulimba and the wider Brisbane community. We are proud to support wonderful charities such as GIVIT, Mummy’s Wish and the Aussie Kidz Charity as we take pride in making an impact and giving back to our cherished community.
GIVIT is an organisation that lists the needs of trusted support organisations around Australia on their platform. Donors can then offer a donation or give money to help us buy locally. When you give money to a GIVIT appeal, 100% of the money they receive goes to purchasing items that are needed. GIVIT’s purpose is to match generosity with genuine need and their vision is to inspire a culture of giving to people and communities in need.
Women’s Legal Service
Women’s Legal Service is a specialist community legal centre providing free legal and social work help to people who live and identify as women in Queensland. They assist women in the areas of family law, child support, child protection, domestic violence and some areas of sexual assault as well as providing community legal education and participating in law reform. Their mission is to advocate to achieve justice for women.
Dancing CEOs Moulin Rouge Event
Starfire has proudly hosted multiple fundraiser events, including an evening event for the Women’s Legal Service.
A section of Bulimba’s Oxford St turned decidedly Parisian for a Moulin Rouge themes charity event hosted by Elena Gosse and Starfire Diamond Jewellery to raise funds for the fight against domestic violence. It was all hands-on deck for the Women’s Legal Services fundraiser with Stewart Fleming taking MC duties and performances by electronic violinist Suzie G and singers Lisa Lockland-Bell, Luke Harrison and Shay Stafford. A stunning $5800 diamond ring was generously donated as a raffle prize by Starfire owner Shweta Khan who also donated 15% of all sales on the night. Gosse will compete in WLS’s upcoming Dancing CEOs event. - March 2019, Courier Mail
Mummy’s Wish organisation supports Australian families with children aged 12 years and under, through the provision of practical, immediate and non-means tested support whilst mum is receiving treatment for cancer. Their vision is to manage the distressing impact of cancer on mums and their family units.
Every family’s situation is different, so Mummy’s Wish tailor their support for each family to ensure that these young families can keep functioning during mum’s battle with cancer. The work that they do allows mums undergoing treatment to cope with their illness and meet the physical and emotional needs of a young family. They connect with the mums on diagnosis and are there to offer support during her full treatment journey.
Aussie Kidz Charity
Based in Brisbane, Queensland, Aussie Kidz Charity helps disabled and under-privileged children across Australia live better lives through the provision of equipment and services that they otherwise could not afford to buy. Aussie Kidz is an innovative charity and distinguishes itself from other charities in three main ways: it is completely volunteer-based, it has very low operating costs – with these being predominantly met by the Directors, and its aim is to ensure 100% of funds raised go directly to support its clients – the kids.
Women’s Network Australia
Women’s Network Australia bring together a collective group of empowered women, empowering women. WNA provides women in business with support and education to survive and thrive. With more women than ever now running their own small business in Australia, WNA is passionate about making a difference and being the voice for women in business.
Starfire has been proud to collaborate with Queensland Ballet as a corporate partner in the past by supplying gorgeous jewels for principals, soloists and company dancers to wear on opening night functions.
“We welcome our newest corporate partner Starfire Jewellery! Our two gorgeous Principal dancers will be wearing their stunning designs this Saturday at our Swan Lake opening night function!” - Queensland Ballet 2012
“Company Dancer Lisa Edwards, Development Co-ordinator Alison Russell and Principal Clare Morehen wearing Starfire Jewellery.” - Queensland Ballet 2012