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  • 10 Years and Running!

    More than 1,300 participants laced-up their running shoes for the 10 th annual MK5K in Addison, Texas to benefit The Mary Kay Foundation and their mission to eliminate cancers affecting women and end domestic violence. Since October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Domestic Violence Awareness Month...
    Posted to Mary Kay Blog: Beauty That Counts by HockV on 10-07-2014
    tagged: Mary Kay, domestic violence, MK5K, Mary Kay Foundation, Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Breast Cancer, October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Cancers affecting women
  • Don't Look Away From Abuse

    October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and at Mary Kay we're continuing the conversation of ending domestic violence long after the news cycle passes. We know that if we're going to end this for good, we have to stop it before it begins. That's why Mary Kay has had a long-term commitment...
    Posted to Mary Kay Blog: Beauty That Counts by HockV on 10-02-2014
    tagged: Mary Kay, Don't Look Away, CSR, loveisrespect, corporate social responsibility, Mary Kay Foundation, Domestic Violence Awareness Month, loveis to 22522, October, text-for-help, #dontlookaway
  • 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
  • The Mary Kay Foundation Funds Cancer Breakthrough

    There are very few people who haven’t been touched by cancer in some way. Family, friends, a neighbor down the street… cancer affects us all. The fight to understand cancer in hopes of eliminating the disease is a long road, but researchers are committed to discovering answers, one cell...
    Posted to Mary Kay Blog: Beauty That Counts by HockV on 07-15-2014
    tagged: Mary Kay, cancer, Mary Kay Foundation, Mary Kay Independent Beauty Consultant, Dr. Jerry Shay, Dawn Barton, Play-Doh, cancer cells, Mary Kay Beauty Consultant, Mary Kay Inc, Uterine Cancer, Dr. Andrew Ewald, John Hopkins Medicine, Cancer Grants, Ovarian Cancer, Breast Cancer, Mary Kay Foundation Cancer Grants, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Cervical Cancer
  • The Mary Kay Foundation's New Blog

    The Mary Kay Foundation launched a new blog on Monday, December 9th to help share even more news and resources on cancer research and domestic violence prevention and awareness. The blog will showcase many all the great fundraisers that many of their supporters hold each year. Read the foundation's...
    Posted to Mary Kay Blog: Beauty That Counts by kmcafee on 12-16-2013
    tagged: Mary Kay, Domestic Violence Prevention, women, cancer, Mary Kay Foundation, cancer research, Managing Editor Kathrina McAfee
  • 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