• North Star Necklace- Uganda
  • North Star Necklace- Uganda
  • North Star Necklace- Uganda
  • North Star Necklace- Uganda
  • North Star Necklace- Uganda
  • North Star Necklace- Uganda
Purpose Jewelry

North Star Necklace- Uganda


Our new North Star necklace features a dainty North Star pendant that hangs perfectly on a shiny brass-plated chain. Unlike all the other stars in the sky, the North Star is in the same location every night from dusk to dawn. Pairs perfectly with the Galaxy Earrings. 

- 16" long

- Available in shiny brass plated brass

- lobster clasp closure

- Sustainably handcrafted by artisans escaping human trafficking

- 100% of proceeds go to our non-profit, International Sanctuary, to provide each artisan with fair wages, education & holistic care

PURPOSE Jewelry is beautifully handcrafted by young women escaping human trafficking. By Purchasing with PURPOSE® you are providing freedom, dignity and hope for these amazing artisans. 100% of proceeds go back to our non-profit, International Sanctuary, to empower survivors through income, education, healthcare, and community. Each piece of jewelry comes with a tag that tells our story and is signed by the artisan.

There are over 20 million people living in slavery in the world today. We believe that every person deserves to live free. Through PURPOSE Jewelry, you are able to give freedom to rescued young women around the world. 

We were founded in 2007 to provide hope, dignity, and freedom to women escaping human trafficking. Our nonprofit organization has grown to five locations globally (India, Uganda, Mexico, the United States, and the Philippines). Each Sanctuary provides young women the tools they need to rebuild their lives. We provide income, health, education and community, filling the gap between rescue and restoration. 

The Sanctuaries give girls and women a community to belong to. We provide the space where they are able to love and be loved, feel safe, and where they are able to heal, grow, and experience unconditional love from their co-workers as well as trauma-informed staff. For many of the survivors, this is the first healthy community they have experienced, and we have found that community is a necessary ingredient to unlocking true freedom for each woman.