For over 20 years, The Tiffany & Co. Foundation’s grantees have achieved significant milestones across current and historic program areas: Responsible Mining, Coral Conservation, Urban Parks and the Decorative Arts, which continue to have an impact today. Explore a selection of key moments below.
Marking 10 years of investment in urban parks, the Foundation created, restored and beautified green spaces in iconic places across the U.S. including the Battery in New York, San Francisco overlooking the Golden Gate Bridge and Los Angeles’ Cahuenga Peak, home to the famous Hollywood Sign.
The Tiffany Foundation Award for the Preservation of Japanese Traditional Arts and Culture is established to honor organizations focused on revitalizing local communities and traditional culture in Japan. The program runs for six successful years.
The Diamond Development Initiative, an organization supported by the Foundation since 2007, launches the Maendeleo Diamond Standards, an innovative certification system for responsible artisanal diamond mining.
The Tiffany & Co. Foundation is launched to focus Tiffany & Co.’s philanthropic efforts.
Two of the Foundation’s first grants continue to have impact today—a curatorial internship in the American decorative arts at The Metropolitan Museum of Art and long-term support of the Wildlife Conservation Society for its global strategy in coral conservation built on local collaboration.