Happy Sunday Divas! And welcome to what will be a fabulous and productive work week…I’m claiming it early! I wanted to start this week off by extending an offer to my fellow Professional Divas. But first a question…What would you say if I told you that purchasing a new lipstick could help in the fight against domestic violence? Intrigued?
If the answer is yes, I’ve got an offer, and a challenge, for you. From now through December 15th, Mary Kay® Cosmetics will offer the Limited Edition Beauty that Counts™ Mary Kay® Creme Lipstick in three beautiful shades: Give Hope, Give Joy, and Give Dreams. With each lipstick purchase, Mary Kay will donate $1 to the Mary Kay Foundation to aid in the foundation's efforts to end domestic violence. When I first heard about this campaign, I immediately thought to myself “what a great idea!” I love lipstick, and I love great causes. What a great way to combine two loves into one! Check out the beautiful shades below!
This is the fourth year of Mary Kay’s Beauty That Counts™ campaign; however, over the past 10 years, the Mary Kay Foundation has awarded over $25 million to shelters and programs addressing domestic violence prevention.
So now for the challenge! I challenge each of my fellow Professional Divas to step out against domestic violence by purchasing a Beauty that Counts™ lipstick….or two….or all three! Each lipstick cost $13, and $1 will be donated to the Mary Kay Foundation. If you are up for the challenge, shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Or send me a message on Twitter (@theprodiva). Or leave a message in the Comments section below. Thanks in advance, and have a wonderful week!
The mission of The Mary Kay Foundation is two-fold:
1. We are committed to eliminating cancers affecting women by supporting top medical scientists who are searching for a cure for breast, uterine, cervical and ovarian cancers.
2. We are committed to ending the epidemic of domestic violence by providing grants to women's shelters and supporting community outreach programs.
Since the Foundation began in 1996, it has granted $25 million dollars to organizations fighting cancer and violence against women.
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