Dennis Ulrich Named as 2016 Facets of Hope Honoree by Jewelers For Children

From the Jewelers for Children press release on

Jewelers for Children (JFC) will honor Stuart Lee of Signet Jewelers and Dennis Ulrich of the Richline Group as honorees for the group’s annual Facets of Hope event set for June 2016.

The event traditionally celebrates JFC’s fundraising efforts for the year, and its commitments to charity partners are announced, according to a JFC announcement.


Jewelers for Children was founded in 1999 by the U.S. jewelry industry with the mission of helping children in need. Since its inception, JFC has donated more than $ 48 million to programs benefiting children whose lives have been affected by illness, abuse or neglect.

Richline Group is proud to learn that CEO Dennis Ulrich will be honored by Jewelers For Children alongside Stuart Lee, Signet’s executive vice president of merchandising, at their 2016 annual event in Las Vegas.

Visit Jewelers For Children’s website to learn more or to enjoy highlights from the 2015 Facets of Hope event.

Dennis Ulrich Elected as Jewelers For Children Board Chair

From IDEX:

The board of industry charity Jewelers for Children (JFC) has elected Dennis Ulrich of the Richline Group to the role of chair of the board effective October 1. Ulrich will replace Ruth Batson of the American Gem Society and AGS Laboratories who is to conclude a second, one-year term.

Richline Group is proud of the leadership role that CEO, Dennis Ulrich, is taking in this essential industry initiative.

“It’s an honor to be asked to serve as board chair of this organization an that works tirelessly to help children in need,” said Ulrich. “What Jewelers for Children has accomplished in just 18 years is nothing short of extraordinary. I feel privileged to follow in Ruth’s footsteps, and look forward to working alongside a truly inspiring group of industry leaders on behalf of such a important cause.”

To learn more about how the jewelry industry is working together to help children in need, visit Jewelers for Children.