Salma Hayek Pinault joined The Avon Foundation for Women at the 2nd Annual Avon Communications Awards: Speaking Out About Violence Against Women in New York City yesterday.
Salma launched the new 2013 Empowerment Charm Necklace. 100% of net proceeds are donated to the domestic violence cause, you can purchase the necklace for $5 by going here.
For $8, you can commemorate this day with L’Occitane’s fund-raising, fair trade soap. The Women’s Day Soaps are produced in Burkina Faso as part of a development partnership with a local factory. The factory has been run entirely by women and supports their economic emancipation. Gently formulated with L’Occitane’s signature ingredient; Shea Butter Adorned with an engraved motif which translates to “education” 100% of the proceeds will help to build literacy centers for women in Burkina Faso, Africa
Today Dove launches its successful Ad Makeover campaign here in the US – and in 18 other countries globally – taking on advertising that can negatively impact self-esteem. The Dove® Ad Makeover passes the power of advertising to women, by empowering them to send positive messages to other women through a Facebook app . This app has the potential to reach millions of females with positive messages and give women the unique chance to spread positive advertising across the U.S.
How it works: The Dove Ad Makeover gives women the power to take on potentially negative ads with messages that help women feel beautiful. Dove is using auction-style bidding systems used to purchase ads to increase the number of positive messages women see. Women can select from one of eight positive beauty messages to appear in available ad space on Facebook. “Your birthday suit suits you” and “Everybody is beautiful”, are just some of the positive beauty messages women will receive. How to participate:Women can visit www.Facebook.com/Dove to access the Dove Ad Makeover app and send a positive ad. They can also tweet @Dove using the hash tag #admakeover to show support for the campaign.