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Giving Keys Now Available

NFS Giving KeysToday, Not For Sale is excited to announce the launch of a unique, limited edition, Not For Sale Giving Key – a necklace designed by The Giving Keys to support Not For Sale’s work around the world. This specialty piece of jewelry does not only contribute to the fight against human trafficking through proceeds from the keys, it also includes a unique charm hand crafted by at-risk women at Not For Sale’s project in Peru.

The charms that come with the keys are the product of artisan training, which create an important source for income and empowerment for the women we work with in Peru. The process of producing this piece of jewelry is in itself very important, as it has a direct impact on the lives of women fighting against the risk of exploitation.

The Giving Keys, founded by Caitlin Crosby, employs people transitioning out of homelessness in the US to make jewelry out of repurposed keys. This means that not only the production of the charms, but also the crafting of the keys has a direct impact on the empowerment of people in need. Together, the key and the charm represent the mission that Not For Sale and The Giving Keys stand for: empowering individuals across the globe to lives of freedom.

The beautiful NFS Giving Key can be found on our marketplace. There’s a limited amount of keys – make sure to get your key today to support vulnerable women in Peru as well people transitioning out of homelessness in the US.

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