Thanks to you, Mary Kay has donated millions of dollars (USD) from the worldwide sale of Beauty That Counts® 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.
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.
The organization: Orran (Haven)
The cause: Provide the children and elderly with food, academic assistance, medical and psychological assistance, social services and cultural enrichment.
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.
The organization: Instituto Se Toque (Touch Institute)
The cause: Education on how to prevent breast cancer.
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.
The organization: Shanghai Charity Foundation
The cause: Supports volunteer efforts and community programs benefitting local women and children.
The organization: Fond Ohrožených Dětí
The cause: Helping to care for children in foster care.
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.
The organization: Hong Kong Breast Cancer Foundation
The cause: Providing funds and volunteers to a local community center for women.
The organization: Bauirzhan Social Fund
The cause: Caring for children in all situations including those in poverty, sickness, or without family.
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.
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.
The organization: Fundación Diarq I.A.P.
The cause: Providing resources, including free legal, social work, psychological, medical and security service support for woman and children escaping domestic violence.
The organizations: Save Life
The cause: Supporting children with serious diseases.
The organization: Welcome House of Good Shepherd
The cause: Giving funds to help women and children living in poverty.
The organization: Beautiful Life Foundation
The cause: Providing resources and support to women with cancer.
The organization: Operation Red Nose
The cause: Visiting ill children in hospitals as clowns.
The organization: Operation Smile & Podari Zhizn
The cause: Donating funds to help provide surgical assistance and free operations to children born with facial deformities.
The organization: Orin Panacea
The cause: Helping fund a local summer camp for children with cancer.
The organization: Fundación Integra
The cause: Helping women who are or have been victims of domestic violence to find jobs and put an end to their social exclusion.
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.
The organization: Breast Cancer Care
The cause: Helping to prevent, fight, heal and end the travesties of breast cancer.
The organization: Rainbow Trust Children's Charity
The cause: Helping children with terminal illnesses and their families.
The organization: The Mary Kay FoundationSM
The cause: Committed to eliminating cancers affecting women and ending the epidemic of domestic violence.