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Kristen Bell Designs Necklace To Benefit Invisible Children Organization

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Kristen Bell is using her design talents to help benefit a great cause. The charitable actress has teamed up with Satya Jewelry to create a necklace benefiting Invisible Children.

“I just got back from Uganda,” Kristen writes on her CrowdRise.com page. “I went with Invisible Children to see the work they are doing there and to meet the kids who have survived so much and are now thriving. Children who had become both weapons and victims of unspeakable atrocities – all perpetrated by one man, Joseph Kony.

“The mission of Invisible Children is bold: to prevent the large rebel force – led by Kony – from continuing their abduction of children and creation of child-soldiers. Over 30,000 children have been abducted in Uganda since 1986. Many of these kids have been trained and transformed into child-soldiers. The details of what happens are alarming and brutal. Each and every dollar will help to stop this inhumanity.”

The hand cast sterling silver necklace with 24kt gold vermeil matte finish is only $45, and 100 percent of the net proceeds will be donated to Invisible Children.

Wanna learn more about this great organization and purchase a necklace? Stop by Kristen’s Crowdrise page and make it happen!

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