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  • Ending Domestic Violence is a Family Legacy

    Growing up, I knew Mary Kay Ash as "grandmother," not as Mary Kay Ash the businesswoman and philanthropist. I remember all the special family moments we shared together. She made such an effort to just to be our grandmother and believed in God first, family second, career third - she really...
    Posted to Mary Kay Blog: Beauty That Counts by HockV on 07-16-2014
    tagged: Mary Kay, Mary Kay Ash, Domestic Violence Prevention, Suits for Shelters, Mary Kay Foundation, Empowerment, Discover What You Love, Mary Kay Independent Beauty Consultants, financial independence, domestic violence shelters, empowering women, strength of women, domestic abuse survivors, domestic violence survivors, ending domestic violence
  • One Woman Can - MK5K

    October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and BCancer Awareness Month. The Mary Kay Foundation is a leader in helping end violence against women and finding a cure for cancers affecting women. What better way to support both of these causes than through The Mary Kay Foundation’s MK5K? Mary Kay...
    Posted to Mary Kay Blog: Beauty That Counts by admin on 10-07-2013
    tagged: Mary Kay, Mary Kay Ash, Domestic Violence Prevention, The Mary Kay Foundation, CSR, cancer, corporate social responsibility, volunteerism, domestic violence, MK5K, Addison, Marathon, Fund Raiser, Mary Kay Inc., Mary Kay Foundation, Race, Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Employees, Sales Force, 10K, Cause, Fun Run, 5K
  • One Woman Can…The Mary Kay Foundation

    The Mary Kay FoundationSM was created in 1996, and its mission is two-fold: to fund research of cancers affecting women and to help prevent domestic violence while raising awareness of the issue. Since the Foundation’s inception, it has awarded $31 million to shelters and programs addressing domestic...
    Posted to Mary Kay Blog: Beauty That Counts by kmcafee on 03-25-2013
    tagged: Mary Kay, Mary Kay Ash, Domestic Violence Prevention, The Mary Kay Foundation, fundraising, cancer, helping women
  • Don’t Look Away From Domestic Violence and Dating Abuse

    Yesterday was the last day of Domestic Violence Awareness month. While the issue garnered some media attention, the news was largely focused on specific incidents of the worst cases – murders – and of course, celebrity. Every November 1, after Domestic Violence Awareness month ends, I wonder...
    Posted to Mary Kay Blog: Beauty That Counts by kmcafee on 11-01-2012
    tagged: Mary Kay Ash, Domestic Violence Prevention, Don't Look Away, Dating Abuse Prevention, Positive Community Impact, Inner Beauty