Thank you 
for making a difference!

Thanks to you, Mary Kay has donated millions of dollars (USD) from the worldwide sale of Beauty That Counts® lip products to causes that change the lives of women and children around the world.
 
Your donations are giving victims of domestic violence a chance to heal, cancer sufferers hope for tomorrow and orphaned children a reason to smile.



Argentina
The organization: Life Without Violence Foundation
The cause: Donating funds to provide support, emotional strength, legal advice, education and training to women and children who are the victims of violence and giving them a dignified place to stay for reintegrating into the community.

Armenia
The organization: Orran (Haven)
The cause: Provide the children and elderly with food, academic assistance, medical and psychological assistance, social services and cultural enrichment.

Australia/New Zealand
The organization: The Salvation Army and Look Good, Feel Better
The cause: Donating funds to help end domestic violence, support domestic violence survivors and help women battling cancer.

Brazil
The organization: Instituto Se Toque (Touch Institute)
The cause: Education on how to prevent breast cancer.

Canada
The organization: The Mary Kay Ash Charitable Foundation
The cause: The mission of the MKACF is to support women living with cancer through the Look Good, Feel Better® program and to help end violence against women by providing grants to shelters and community outreach programs.

China
The organization: China Children and Teenagers' Fund
The cause: Donating funds to caring for the students in Mary Kay Spring Bud Primary Schools in efforts to establish scholarships and maintain teaching facilities.

Czech Republic
The organization: Klokanek (Home for Endangered Children)
The cause: Donating funds to help reunite siblings who have been separated by the state when parents lose custody of their children.

Germany
The organization: HORIZONTe.V
The cause: Home in Munich for homeless mothers and their children to support them on their way back to a stable life.

Hong Kong
The organization: Hong Kong Breast Cancer Foundation
The cause: Providing funds and volunteers to a local community center for women.

India
The organization: Udayan Care
The cause: Donating funds to support vocational education and diploma courses for underprivileged girls.

Kazakhstan
The organization: National Scientific Surgery Centre
The cause: Providing funds for resuscitation equipment for sick children. The high-tech medical equipment can help provide more efficient treatment, a shorter hospital stay and quicker post-surgery stabilization.

Korea
The organization: ChildFund Korea
The cause: Providing funds and volunteers to build and refurbish children's libraries for local orphan centers or public welfare service centers.

Malaysia
The organization: HOPE
The cause: Helping to fund education for children to give hope and change the lives of the world's most poor, sick and suffering.

Mexico
The organization: Pro-ayuda a la Mujer Origen, A.C. (Pro-Help Women's Aid)
The cause: Offering funds to help women and children suffering from domestic violence, including free psychological, medical and legal support.

Moldova
The organizations: International Organization for Migration (IOM) and Orphanages
The cause: Collaborating with the IOM on its efforts to stop the trafficking of women. In addition, Mary Kay Moldova is working with Clipa Siderala to distribute donated toys, clothes and supplies to orphanages around the country.

Philippines
The organization: Welcome House of Good Shepherd
The cause: Giving funds to help women and children living in poverty.  

Poland
The organization: Polish Children and Youth
The cause: Providing educational opportunities for youth from small cities and villages in Poland.

Portugal
The organization: Operation Red Nose
The cause: Visiting ill children in hospitals as clowns.

Russia
The organization: Operation Smile & Podari Zhizn
The cause: Donating funds to help provide surgical assistance and free operations to children born with facial deformities.

Slovakia
The organization: Orin Panacea
The cause: Helping fund a local summer camp for children with cancer.

Spain
The organization: Save the Children
The cause: Creating lasting change in the lives of children in need around the world. Through accountability, innovation and collaboration, its work takes it into the heart of communities, where they help children and families help themselves.

Taiwan
The organization: Taiwan Fund for Children and Families
The cause: Contributing funds to provide learning resources, a better learning environment and scholarships to needy girls who have achieved high performance in school so they can pursue continued excellence.

Ukraine
The organization: Breast Cancer Care
The cause: Helping to prevent, fight, heal and end the travesties of breast cancer.

United Kingdom
The organization: Rainbow Trust Children's Charity
The cause: Helping children with terminal illnesses and their families.

United States
The organization: The Mary Kay FoundationSM
The cause: Committed to eliminating cancers affecting women and ending the epidemic of domestic violence.