L’Oréal USA's Commitment to Giving Back

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Giving Back to communities and consumers has always been a core value at L’Oréal USA.

Garnier Expands Commitment to Sustainability
Garnier Expands Commitment to Sustainability


The L’Oréal USA Fellowships For Women In Science is a national awards program that annually recognizes and rewards five U.S.-based women post-doctoral researchers. Recipients receive up to $60,000 each toward their research. The program was launched in 2003 and to date 50 Fellowships have been awarded with over $2 million in grants distributed.

For more information on the program visit:
Facebook/L’Oréal USA For Women In Science


In January 2013, L’Oréal USA embarked on a new and exciting initiative, the L’Oréal USA For Girls In Science website. Under the auspices of the L’Oréal For Women In Science program, For Girls In Science was created to share L’Oréal’s passion for science and research with the next generation of young girls, between 13-18 years of age. Here they can explore and be inspired about science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). It is a site where girls who have a desire to make “what ifs” possible learn how to make them a reality.

Please visit ForGirlsInScience.org
To learn more about the program: visit us on Facebook.com/forgirlsinscience and on Twitter @ForGirlsinSci


Volunteer Day is L’Oréal USA’s national day of service and one of the most popular days of the year for employees. On Volunteer Day nearly 3,000 employees across the country donate over 12,000 hours of community service to the local communities in which we live and work. In 2013, 60 countries hosted days of service including China, France, Brazil and South Africa with over 20,000 employees participating. The program was started in the U.S. in 2006 and globally in 2009.


Chairs of Change empowers, inspires and rewards haristylists who are making an impact on their own lives, their communities, and in the world. Together they are changing the world!

Please visit ChairsOfChange.com to learn more.


In support of the Children's Specialized Hospital NJ, L'Oréal USA's Operations North America group created a charity event . Over the past five years, this charity golf event has raised $2,000,000 through sponsorships and donations, which has enabled the hospital to completely renovate a therapy gymnasium for special needs children, create a family lounge for long-term patients and their families, relocate and renovate the Toms River, NJ outpatient facility, and begin a project for a new outpatient facility in Newark, NJ. L'Oréal USA Operations also partners with Children’s Specialized Hospital throughout the year on their other fundraising events including their Walk and Roll and Umbrella Gala. On Volunteer Day in June, L'Oréal USA sends dozens of helping hands to support and beautify the Mountainside, NJ hospital facility.


Hairdressers against AIDS is an advocacy program sponsored by the L'Oréal Fondation d'entreprise and UNESCO empowering salon professionals worldwide to use their unique relationship to their clients and communities to become a resource to interact, educate and help prevent the spread of HIV. Together, we can become a powerful voice - for a beautiful world without AIDS.

For more info please visit: HairDressersAgainstAIDS.com


Since 1999, L’Oréal USA has sponsored the New York Coalition of One Hundred Black Women’s annual Role Model Program which allows young women to learn practical workplace skills and to shadow professional women in their chosen careers for one week during spring semester. We are proud to have contributed more than $300,000 to the Role Model program including more than $15,000 in scholarships awarded annually to program participants.
For more information, visit: www.cobwfounders.org (Page under construction)


Now in its fourth year and having performed over 8,000 skin cancer screenings across the country, La Roche-Posay continues SOS – Save Our Skin -- to not only inform Americans about the dangers of UV rays and the importance of sun safety, but to also incite true behavioral change, such as incorporating sun protection in their daily routines and visiting their dermatologists for regular skin checks.

In partnership with the Women’s Dermatologic Society (WDS), the SOS – Save Our Skin campaign lives through a series of initiatives, including skin checks at sporting events, local hospitals and drug stores as well as free skin checks offered to all L’Oréal corporate employees.

To learn how to do a self-check and choose the right protection, visit www.facebook.com/LaRochePosay/USA


In 2006, L'Oréal Paris launched the Women of Worth program to celebrate everyday women who follow their true passion to make a difference in the world. L'Oréal Paris supports these inspiring women by raising awareness for their causes and celebrating their passion through grants. Every year, ten women are selected and recognized for their extraordinary efforts to serve their communities. These Women of Worth selflessly give their time, energy and passion to causes close to their hearts.

To learn more, please visit www.womenofworth.com.