We are convinced that by selling engagement and wedding rings, we can help end the world’s water crisis.

A Better Model

Every Do Amore ring, no matter the price, helps alleviate the world water crisis. With each purchase, you provide a person in need access to clean water. Fortunately, many customers share their ring’s story with family and friends, allowing us to allocate marketing spend towards water projects. With this model, we can make a huge impact in the world, while running a sustainable and competitive business.

Profit Margin


Our Three Promises

  • 01.

    You Change Another Life Forever

    Every ring helps build a water project for a community in a developing country, and is directly responsible for giving one person from that community access to clean water. Learn More About Our Social Impact.

  • 02.

    You Get a High Quality Ring

    Each ring is carefully handcrafted in the United States, in the most ethical manner possible. Learn More About Our Ethics and our Limited Lifetime Warranty.

  • 03.

    Top Notch Service

    A once-in-a-lifetime purchase deserves one-of-a-kind customer service. From your initial questions, to the moment the ring goes on your finger (and beyond) – we’re here for you.


What Does Do Amore Mean?

In Latin, Do Amore means “I give with love”.
We chose this name because:

1. You are giving a ring to your loved one, with love
2. You are giving clean water to those in need, with love
3. Do Amore rings simply do more.

Meet Our Founder, Krish Himmatramka

While working on an oil drilling rig, I learned how easy it is to drill for water compared to oil. We would hit water within a few hours of drilling, but it took weeks to get to the oil. After a few months, I decided I couldn’t drill any more oil wells knowing that there were people in the world dying from a lack of clean water — a problem I could potentially help solve.

During this time, I was also shopping for an engagement ring for my girlfriend. The concept of buying a ring with symbolic meaning, but questionable ethics, troubled me. I decided that when I proposed, I would give my girlfriend an ethical ring that served a purpose — drilling a water well for a village. To me, there’s nothing more meaningful in this world than helping people in need. With our proposal, Do Amore was born.