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From shoes to sunnies, shopping accoutrements for a cause has made it easy for do good with dollars. The latest karma-earning retail therapy option comes via socially-conscious jewelry label Gorjana, which recently unveiled a two-piece collection that benefits girls from the Maasai tribe in Kenya.
Priced at $60 for a charm necklace and $65 for a cord bracelet, the 18k gold-plated "Warrior" range benefits Laguna Beach-based nonprofit org My Own Two Hands, which is currently building a dormitory at the Helga Girl's Rescue Center, which houses victims of female genital mutilation and child marriage.
Founder Gorjana Riedel tells us that she was drawn to the local organization "because of their commitment to helping disadvantaged children; [they] believe that in order to diminish poverty we must start with the children. They are so closely connected to the projects they work with in Africa and you get to see the immediate result of their efforts."
Into it? Shop the collection online here.