For every purchase of The Serum*, Clé de Peau Beauté makes a donation to UNICEF to support global education, employment and empowerment programs for girls, donating up to $2.9 million annually. The Serum is the flagship product for the ongoing #UnlockThePower #KeyToABetterWorld partnership campaign.
Hallmark has been designing, manufacturing and selling cards* in support of UNICEF since 2006, raising over $26 million to date. With funds from these cards, Hallmark has helped UNICEF deliver safe water, lifesaving nutrition and medication, education supplies and other services and support to vulnerable children worldwide.
A portion of the proceeds from each Solidarity Soap* purchase goes to providing vitamin A supplements to children, helping to prevent deficiencies that can lead to blindness. L’OCCITANE and UNICEF aim to reach 3 million beneficiaries — women and children — with vitamin A supplements and awareness by 2022.
Through product-based campaigns like the Solidarity Soap, L’OCCITANE has committed more than $1 million annually to UNICEF.
As part of the annual Acqua for Life campaign, Giorgio Armani Fragrances leverages their brand success to help UNICEF provide safe, clean water to children — donating a portion of the purchase price of select Acqua di Giò products* to UNICEF WASH programs. Over $5.5 million has been raised to date.
The tumbler lock was invented by Georges Vuitton in 1890 as a way for clients to protect treasured items. Inspired by that classic piece, Louis Vuitton designed the Silver Lockit* pendant and bracelet for the #MAKEAPROMISE campaign, a symbol of sealing one’s promise to help children globally.
To support UNICEF programs, Louis Vuitton donates $200 from the sale of each piece, and $100 from the sale of each Silver Lockit Color Bracelet — a reinterpretation of the original by Louis Vuitton Men’s Artistic Director Virgil Abloh and Friend of the House Sophie Turner.