Gemfields-amethyst bracelet supports the Abataka Foundation

A 100 Good Deeds bangle to help vulnerable women and girls in Africa

Gemfields amethyst bracelet, $475; all proceeds go to the Abataka Foundation.  www.100gooddeeds.org/gemfields
Gemfields amethyst bracelet, $475; all proceeds go to the Abataka Foundation.  www.100gooddeeds.org/gemfields | Image: Alex Franco, courtesy of Gemfields

“The 100 Good Deeds bracelet, handcrafted by vulnerable women in Zambia and featuring 100 of Gemfields’ ethically mined amethyst beads, will support the Abataka Foundation, a non-profit that provides women and girls across Africa with economic support and educational opportunities. The scope of the foundation is impressive and we are thrilled to see our Zambian amethysts used in this way.”

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Ian Harebottle, CEO, Gemfields

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