Wear Your Heart on Your Sleeve

Introducing Lori Leavitt's Panthera collection, a jewelry line that's making a world of difference.

Jewelry is a luxury that all too often we feel guilty about purchasing. But now, with Lori Leavitt's new Panthera collection, not only can you treat yourself, you can also provide much-needed aid for children in Africa. Over one million children in Malawi live without a parent, home, or education. In an effort to generate funds and awareness for these children, Lori Leavitt partnered with the H.E.L.P. (Hope, Educate, Love, Protect) Malawi Foundation to design a collection that can be worn as a symbol of your support.

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100% of the profits go directly toward helping these children as they battle poverty and illness, primarily HIV/AIDS.

The collection, composed of bracelets, rings, and cuff links, uses the lion as inspiration for its design, representative of the courage and strength the Malawi children demonstrate on a day-to-day basis as they continue to struggle against insurmountable odds. With the introduction of the Panthera collection, jewelry can be so much more than just an indulgence — it can be opportunity, change, and hope.

View Lori Leavitt's Panthera jewelry collection.

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