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Demi Moore And Ashton Kutcher Design Necklaces To Eliminate Sex Slavery

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Power couple Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher have designed a collection of necklaces not only for Valentine’s Day, but to help raise funds for their charity, the Demi and Ashton (DNA) Foundation.

The organization aims to raise awareness and eradicate human trafficking and the child sex slave industry. It’s an important cause, as more than 2 million children are forced into prostitution, and in the U.S. between 100,000 and 300,000 children are sold for sex.

The couple worked with renowned jeweler Jack Vartanian to create the handcuff motif necklaces, which they hope will serve as a symbol to raise awareness to the sex slave industry. The pieces are available in white, yellow, and rose gold, with black or white diamonds, and will range in price from $710 all the way up to $2,140, with 50 percent of each sale going to charity.

The white, yellow and rose gold designs are available with black or white diamonds and will range from between $710 to $2,140 with 50 per cent of each sale going to the charity.

The price tag on these is steep, but if you are planning to put down a hefty chunk of change for Valentine’s Day, it might mean even more if part of the gift is giving back to an important cause. You can check out the designs and purchase your own Demi and Ashton original here.

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