Help rights of girls during month of February!
During the month of February, all your beauty purchases will benefit Olivela’s partner Too Young To Wed who protects the rights of girls by delivering its message – that every girl can decide for herself, if, when, and whom to marry — around the globe. These beauty items from Olivela’s philanthropic luxury offers will provide 17 days of health essentials to girls in serious need.
Olivela is an entirely new concept in philanthropic retail, donating a portion of proceeds to charity partners like Malala Fund and Too Young To Wed each time someone makes a purchase. Olivela’s beauty category launched this week with an amazing group of beauty brands including Christian Louboutin Beauté, Eve Lom, Sunday Rose, Sisley Paris among many others. During the month of love — February, all beauty purchases will benefit Olivela’s partner Too Young To Wed by enabling them to provide health essential kits to child marriage survivors. Olivela’s aim is to empower 1,000 girls through the beauty vertical over the course of the month.
So go ahead and buy that Valentino purse and you will help provide 90 days of school for a girl, and get that Christian Louboutin lipstick to help give a pack of health essentials for a child bride. It’s an amazing way to splurge on yourself, to get the things you already love, all while doing some good at the same time!
Meet the Founder: Stacey Boyd is a parent and a former teacher and school principal, as well as the founder/CEO of Olivela. Boyd has launched a number of successful ventures including the Academy of the Pacific Rim, Project ACHIEVE and Schoola, an online retailer that sells gently-worn clothing to support schools in need. Boyd earned her MBA and Master’s in Public Policy from Harvard. She serves on the National Council on Teacher Quality, advises PBS on educational programming and was named one of the World Economic Forum’s 100 Global Leaders of Tomorrow. Boyd’s work has been featured by CNN, PBS, the Today Show, the Wall Street Journal, the New Yorker, Wired, USA TODAY, the Washington Post and numerous other publications.