- Danielle Wightman-Stone |
Global fashion accessory brand, Enso Rings has collaborated with international advocacy organisation, Global Citizen on a charity band to raise awareness on ending “extreme poverty”.
Through Enso's ‘Rings For A Reason’ initiative, it has created a limited-edition ring, where it will donate a portion of the proceeds to benefit Global Citizen to help further their work to eradicate extreme poverty by 2030.
The co-branded unisex design is in a black and red silicone material, which has been designed to showcase “comfort, style and commitment” to represent individuals who are taking action on the world's biggest challenges.
"When we scanned the globe for the ideal partner for Enso Rings that aligns most closely with our mission to Be a Force for Good and has a worldwide impact on a daily basis, Global Citizen stood head and shoulders above the rest," said Brighton Jones, co-founder of Enso Rings in a press release.
Aaron Dalley, co-founder of Enso Rings, added: "Our hope is this ring will inspire Global Citizens to join forces with us to make a worldwide change. We will donate a portion of proceeds from each ring to Global Citizen toward its tireless efforts to end extreme poverty.”
Since 2012, Global Citizens have taken more than 12 million actions in the fight against extreme poverty, these actions have resulted in 35 billion dollars in commitments from world leaders that are set to affect the lives of 1 billion people around the world.
The Enso x Global Citizen ring is available now for 29.99 dollars.
Image: courtesy of Enso and Global Citizen