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  • Breaking The Silence

    A lot has changed in the last 20 years for domestic violence prevention. In this day and age, it’s hard to believe that our society and law enforcement’s acknowledgment of domestic violence used to be minimal. Women did not have the resources to turn to if they needed help, and were often...
    Posted to Mary Kay Blog: Beauty That Counts by HockV on 09-12-2014
    tagged: Mary Kay, Domestic Violence Prevention, The Mary Kay Foundation, Don't Look Away, CSR, corporate social responsibility, violence against women, domestic violence, Mary Kay Inc., Washington D.C., Pillars of Empowerment, VAWA, White House, Mary Kay Public Affairs, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Vice President of the United States, Unsung Heroes, Violence Against Women Act
  • Vote For Good

    Mary Kay Inc. is officially 50! We celebrated this milestone on September 13, 2013. Oh, let’s be honest, we’ve been celebrating all year! Well, now we’re teaming up with The Mary Kay Foundation to announce that we want to keep the celebration going. Earlier this year the Mary Kay Foundation...
    Posted to Mary Kay Blog: Beauty That Counts by admin on 11-01-2013
    tagged: Mary Kay, Domestic Violence Prevention, The Mary Kay Foundation, women's shelters, 50th Anniversary, CSR, corporate social responsibility, funding, violence against women, Children, Grants, Shelters
  • 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
  • Pink Carpet

    Summertime in Dallas means triple digit heat but it is also the most wonderful time of the year for Mary Kay. We’re celebrating bigger than ever before because we will have 50,000 of our closest friends in “Big D” for the most fantastic birthday party you’ve ever seen. Our annual...
    Posted to Mary Kay Blog: Beauty That Counts by kmcafee on 07-19-2013
    tagged: Mary Kay, Domestic Violence Prevention, The Mary Kay Foundation, One Woman Can, Tootsie's, Genesis Women's Shelter, Community Service, Fashion Show, The Family Place
  • 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
  • The Mary Kay Foundation 2012 Shelter Grants

    In recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month in October, The Mary Kay Foundation awarded $3 million in grants to 150 domestic violence shelters in all 50 states. Each shelter received a $20,000 grant to maintain critical services and programs for women and children who are survivors of domestic...
    Posted to Mary Kay Blog: Beauty That Counts by kmcafee on 10-08-2012
    tagged: Mary Kay, Domestic Violence Prevention, The Mary Kay Foundation, women's shelters, Positive Community Impact, Inner Beauty