Deliciously zesty and super-moisturising, our new Dragon Fruit Lip Butter will help give your lips that are super soft and smoochable. And with 100% of profits going to charity, you can enjoy a warm feeling inside as well as luscious lips.
HOW IT WORKS
100% of the profits will be divided between four charities. For every purchase made in-store or online, you’ll have the opportunity to vote for the charity you’d like to support. 75% of the profits will be split across 3 charities; All Together Now, Foundation for Australia’s Most Endangered Species and The Australian Youth Climate Coalition. Your vote really counts as the charity that receives the most votes will receive the highest percentage of donation! The remaining 25% will go to The Body Shop Foundation to enable it to continue its work supporting grass- roots charities.
It's your lips, your voice, your vote!
All Together Now’s sole purpose is to erase racism. They are the only not for profit group in Australia that is dedicated to tackling this most difficult of problems. Through its innovative, evidence based campaigns, All Together Now continues to spark dialogue that brings this hidden problem to the surface and leads to positive change, allowing Australians to finally fully-embrace their cultural diversity.
Visit alltogethernow.org.au for more information
The Foundation for Australia’s Most Endangered Species (FAME) is a non-profit organisation with an impressive track-record of providing support for important conservation projects across Australia. Its principle interest is in saving wildlife in its natural habitat. FAME believes that wildlife is most likely to survive where it can live naturally in protected areas of natural habitat. It focuses on providing support exclusively for Australian species most at risk of extinction.
Visit fame.org.au for more information
The Australian Youth Climate Coalition (AYCC) is one of Australia’s largest youth run organisations with over 80,000 members. AYCC ’s mission is to build a generation-wide movement to solve the climate crisis through short term political change and long term cultural change. It does this by educating, empowering, inspiring and mobilising young people across the country.
Visit aycc.org.au for more information
THE BODY SHOP FOUNDATION
The Body Shop Foundation was set up in 1989 by The Body Shop founders Dame Anita and Gordon Roddick to support grass roots charities. Since then, the Foundation has funded over £19 million for more than 2500 charity projects.
Find out more at thebodyshopfoundation.org