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Who thought buying clothes and keeping up on fashion trends could give back to charity?




AIDS Virus 30 Years Later: The MTV RE:DEFINE Exhibition
    Do good this fall by attending an art exhibition that benefits the MTV Staying Alive Foundation

Products to Benefit Breast Cancer Research
    Think pink this October: Use Marie Claire's Breast Cancer Awareness shopping guide to donate to BCA charities while you shop!

The Ultimate Goody Bag
    Michelle Trachtenberg isn't a mean girl--she just plays one on TV. In real life, she's designed a bag you can feel virtuous about buying.

A Better Way to Spend Your Tax Refund
    Shop for Charity: Orange You Happy to Erase MS.

Shop for Charity on Facebook
    Catch up with your friends, poke your crush, post your status updates ... and donate to charity? MarieClaire.com tells you how.

Get Mandy Moore's Autographed iPod for Charity!
    100% of the auction proceeds benefit Music Rising.

Jewelry for a Cause
   

Travel Light with Tory Burch
    Designer Tory Burch creates a special-edition handbag to benefit Light One Little Candle.

Wear Your Heart on Your Sleeve
    Introducing Lori Leavitt's Panthera collection, a jewelry line that's making a world of difference for children in Malawai.

Green is the New Black
    It is easy being green! Spread the word about global warming with this t-shirt from World Wildlife Fund.

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Precision in Pink
    Think Pink and join Tweezerman in its fight against breast cancer.

Fashion for Charity: Help Children with HIV/AIDS
    Buy this Vavoom Gold Heat Weekender bag - and the full $35 will go to the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation.

Get Sweaty for Charity
    Can't find the motivation to lace up those sneakers and hit the pavement? Donate to charity on the run with MioPINK's fitness watch!

Make-A-Difference Makeup
    Smashbox Cosmetics has joined forces with PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) to help raise money for our four-legged, furry and feathery friends

Lather Up For A Good Cause
    According to a recent study by UNICEF, up to 2.7 million children are exposed to domestic violence between parents. Do your part to stop domestic violence with Daisy Soap.

Dazzle In Drop Earrings
    Purchase these sterling silver earrings, heavily plated in yellow gold, to benefit the National Domestic Violence Hotline.

Run With Red Laces
    70% of children and teens will become overweight adults. Join the race against childhood obesity by lacing up your favorite pair of running shoes with Red Laces.

Charms For Charity
    According to the The National Domestic Violence Hotline, more than three women are murdered a day by their husbands in the United States. Help support NDVH with then trendy pendant trio.

Some Call It Makeup, Benefit Calls It Magic
    Benefit Cosmetics and Big Brother, Big Sister have raised over $80,000 in net proceeds for youth mentoring programs. Be a part of the magic with Big Magic 2 lip gloss.

Help A Child, Help The Future
    Lather up with Philosophy's Carrot Cake 3-in-1 Shampoo, Shower Gel and Bubble Bath to help raise money for ChildHelp, one of the nation's leading non-profit organizations that works to prevent and treat forms of child abuse and neglect.

Help Survivors of Sexual Assault
    One in four women are affected by sexual assault. Help survivors of sexual assault by buying this shower gel and supporting the Joyful Heart Foundation, a foundation that helps survivors of sexual assault heal, mind, body and spirit.

Shampoo for a Good Cause
    Philosophy will donate 100% of the gross profit from the sale of Inner Grace Shampoo, Bath and Shower Gel to the Christopher Reeve Paralysis Foundation.

Wear Pink Gloss For Charity
    Supporting a good cause makes you beautiful inside; Bobbi Brown would like to help you look nice while you're at it.

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    Turns out diamonds may not be everyone's best friend. The United States buys $25 billion worth of the gems each year -- as much as the rest of the world's countries combined. But the profits don't always go to the people who mine, cut, and polish the




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