A Cool Gift for Your Cool Mom

With Mother’s Day fast approaching, here’s a stylish way for your mom to show her love for children everywhere. We have partnered with the sustainable fashion company, Hearts, to create the Free the Slaves Key 2-in-1 necklace/bracelet. Inspired by the Free the Slaves padlock logo, jewelers designed a pewter key with the letters FTS, which can […]
April 29, 2013

With Mother’s Day fast approaching, here’s a stylish way for your mom to show her love for children everywhere.

We have partnered with the sustainable fashion company, Hearts, to create the Free the Slaves Key 2-in-1 necklace/bracelet.

Inspired by the Free the Slaves padlock logo, jewelers designed a pewter key with the letters FTS, which can be worn on the neck or wrist.

They cost $32, with $12 from every purchase going to FTS projects that help slaves break free and stay free.

hearts bracelet tightIf your mom prefers just a bracelet, FTS also receives 50% of the proceeds from the beautiful iHeart Freedom & Social Justice bracelet, which costs $24.

Both are unique, limited edition fashion accessories that help make the world a more humane place. All the jewelry is made under fair-trade slavery-free conditions.

If neither of the pieces fit your mom’s style, both are still inexpensive gifts to give to a friend, while giving slaves the gift of freedom.

Visit Hearts to order yours today.

Can you help end the conditions that cause modern slavery?

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