Lots of companies are doing what they can to support healthcare workers and now Sephora is joining in. The beauty supply chain is starting a “Project Care” program, which will be delivering more than 65-thousand beauty products to medical professionals and those working with domestic violence in communities across the U.S.
Here’s how it works: Employees at Sephora’s stores, distribution centers, and corporate offices will nominate 500 people who deserve recognition and each of them will receive a delivery of 100 kits filled with Sephora skincare products, including an eye mask, cleansing wipes, a face mask, and lip balm. Those individuals will then distribute them to their coworkers, getting them to a total of 50-thousand healthcare professionals in all.
And on top of that, Sephora is donating 15-thousand Play! Beauty boxes to 150 women’s shelters that help victims of domestic violence. On June 1st, the store is also launching face masks that will sell for $10 each and 50% of the proceeds will be donated to the Together Stronger emergency coronavirus relief fund.
Source:Good Morning America