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Kristin Bauer Designs Necklace for Charity

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Actress Kristin Bauer is an animal lover and activist. She has launched a petition to protect captive chimps and auctioned her dress for the International Fund for Animal Welfare among other efforts.

Now, the “True Blood” star has designed jewelry to help animals and the planet. According to Just Jared, a portion of the proceeds from Bauer’s “Care a Little More” necklace will benefit the Center for Biological Diversity. The organization is dedicated to conservation of endangered species and their habitats. Their mission says, “We want those who come after us to inherit a world where the wild is still alive.”

“I love necklaces. So I wanted to design something and have it made so that I could have one. [laughs] I don’t wear rings and earrings as much, I just love necklaces,” said Bauer. “From when it first started to what it became, it really morphed.”

The silver and bronze necklace with a blue topaz and a “tree of life” says “Care a Little More” on one side and “Kindness & compassion” on the other. See it below and get your own on Cadsawan.com for $148.

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