Nuria Beauty will donate 100% of its April revenue to Save the Children’s COVID-19 response. Save the Children’s program is helping ensure schools and communities have the support they need to keep vulnerable children eating and learning during the pandemic.
Nuria Beauty skincare products are clean, vegan, cruelty-free, and ethically-sourced. In addition to the company’s donation to Save the Children, it also supports girls’ education through a partnership with She’s The First, which finds, funds. It provides solutions to educate and empower girls around the globe.
Nuria says that as the coronavirus crisis increases, children around the world are facing growing risks. Not only do school closings disrupt education, but also, they can affect children’s health and well-being. In the United States alone, 30 million children who rely on school for both learning and meals are at risk, with many are stuck at home without access to school meals, books, computers, or even broadband in some of the countries’ rural areas.
“At Nuria, we love helping people with their self-care, but community is also an important part of who we are. So many of us want to help, but it can be challenging to know what to do from a distance. That’s why we’re thrilled to partner with Save the Children to help connect all of us to the children and communities in greatest need during this difficult time,” Naomi Furgiuele commented.
As the global leader in child-focused humanitarian response, Save the Children is helping to provide schools and communities with support during this crisis. The nonprofit has also launched Coronavirus and Kids: Resources from Save the Children, to provide parents and caregivers helpful tips and free learning resources.