Jewelry with a Great Cause: iSanctuary

I am so excited to be featuring a necklace from iSanctuary in today’s outfit post. I first became aware of International Sanctuary at my church’s annual Christmas market. I fell in love the with beautiful jewelry first and then I found out about the amazing organization behind the accessories. So when I was asked to feature their jewelry on this blog I jumped at the chance! 
iSanctuary empowers women who are survivors of modern-day slavery and sex trafficking. Through Purpose Jewelry, iSanctuary provides employment, job training, and paychecks to these survivors. 100% of the proceeds from Purpose Jewelry benefit iSanctuary and the survivors. iSanctuary works with women in Mumbai, India and Orange County, California and has helped over 300 women! iSanctuary also provides counseling, medical and dental care, education and scholarships to these survivors. 
I decided to style the Chevron necklace in silver. I love the simplicity of this necklace and how it will pretty much go with anything! I think it perfectly compliments this loose dot tank and drapey blazer that I’m wearing. 
Outfit Details: 
Blazer: H&M
Tank: Loft
Pants: Madewell (similar) (similar)
Bag: Madewell via eBay
Booties: Crown Vintage via DSW
Necklace: c/o iSanctuary
Jivana Necklace, Crescent Necklace (in silver or brass). 
Each piece of jewelry is handmade and the tag is signed by the young woman who made it. 
I love the simplicity of the Infinity Bracelet and the Journey and Knot Rings. Each are available in silver or brass.
A piece of jewelry from iSanctuary would make an amazing gift for a friend or family member this holiday season. The last day of shipping for holiday orders is December 19th.
iSanctuary’s goal for 2020 is to open ten sanctuaries all over the world. In order to do that they are looking to raise $100,000 by the end of this year! Please consider supporting this amazing organization by making a donation here!
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