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Help Haiti Hope Symbols = selfless style

Brass H with silver tone finish worn as a bracelet
Brass H with silver tone finish worn as a bracelet
Photo courtesy of J. Gold & Co. Photography

In light of the Haiti earthquake crisis, the influential fashion industry is using its substantial power to give back and raise money for the victims. Designed by popular jeweler Judith Kupperman, and commissioned by The Wayuú Tayá Foundation, the Help Haiti Hope Symbols stand for sexy, selfless style.

These inspiring designs come in two different styles; a brass H with gold tone finish dangling from a 28" long green silk cord, or a brass H with silver tone finish dangling from a 28" long brown silk cord. Both pieces can be worn as a necklace, or wrapped several times around your wrist to become a bracelet.

All proceeds, with the exception of shipping, handling and small production cost (roughly 20%), will go directly to aid the children, and can provide them with a chance for hope, health and happiness.

The "H" is a symbol, a symbol of love, and it signifies more than just Hope for Haiti. It signifies that we have the power to create change… one fashionable step at a time.
 

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