Charitable Idea: Cameron Diaz's Worldly Necklace

03/28/2007 at 03:15 PM ET

In light of Cameron Diaz’s recent support of Al Gore’s environmental efforts, our curiosity was piqued by her new favorite necklace — a gold pendant of the Earth. We thought that the necklace might be for one of her favorite charities, and we were right! Cameron’s global pendant is made by jeweler Lena Wald, with 20% of the proceeds benefiting the NRDC, or Natural Resources Defense Council. Even better, the necklace (which is is $395 for sterling or $590 for gold like Cameron’s) is super stylish and looks great layered with other chains. Get your own at jenniferkaufman.com.

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Shel on

If you’re going to charge $395 for a SILVER not platinum, not white gold but common silver necklace then you can afford to donate a hell of a lot more than 20% of the profits to NRDC.

SAS on

I agree, 20% is not even a drop in the bucket for such a good cause. They are making more than enough money off of this item! I always commend the effort of celebrities using their name for a good cause though.
I thought Cameron has her nose fixed, it still looks crooked?

Mrs.Borrego on

I like the necklace..just wish it was at a more affordable price. I am sure if 20 million people could afford it they would buy it and thus half of that could go to the NRDC.

I love Cameron in the movie “The Holiday”. She’s so funky and quirky…she’s just awesome!

R on

Cute necklace but I rather volunteer and donate then just buy a necklace and have proceeds go to that. And then maybe, just maybe I could find a similar small necklace that resembles and globe and wear it. But wait, I already have one…

Elda on

i think the necklace is awesome, i really believe we can make a difference for the future and for the animals (they desperately need all the respect we can give them for all the toture man kind has done to them). I’m for this and it may be kinda pricey but i think it’s worth it! P.S. Cameron looks lovely!

KT from Cda on

I agree with the first two posters. I just think if they made the price so everyone could afford it. Look how much more money they’d get. Mind you I’m Canadian and I think that maybe that would be a good idea for up here too. Just a thought. Just also wanted to mention that I like her shirt. But not her hair colour. I know most of you do but I think she looked better as a blonde.

Dawn on

Any company charging 395+ for silver necklace is pocketing the money 20% is just change. I will not deal with a company like that and i hope people would do the same if your gonna give don’t profit from it. and same on diaz for supporting that. half measures avail us nothing.

Chirsta on

Agreed Shel. Other than that, I commend Cameron and her love for the environment. I’m so glad that a celebrity can lend their hands and voice into something charitable. The environment is VERY important to care about. I think we all should take notes on how to improve our environment, even the little things we can do is important. Anyway, I would love to buy this necklace, but it’s too much for me.

Ashley on

Cameron is so much fun to watch. I really think she is a great actress and she seems like a good-hearted person. Keep it up, Cam, we love you!

c on

the necklace is cute.

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