The Cosmetic Executive Women Foundation (CEWF) honored L’Oréal USA for its longtime support of the Cancer and Careers program at the annual Beauty of Giving Luncheon on December 13, 2013 at the Waldorf Astoria.
The event celebrated the philanthropy of the beauty industry and the achievements of its signature charity, Cancer and Careers, which empowers and educates working people with cancer.
“L’Oréal is a shining example of good corporate citizenry. And they’ve been critical to our success.”
The Luncheon closed with the Live Auction, where one-of-a-kind experiences were auctioned
off, with the proceeds benefiting Cancer and Careers. This year’s live auction prizes included:
• Manhattan Spa Package
• Pampering Antiguan Getaway
• Luxurious Jamaican Escape
• 2014 GRAMMY Awards & VIP After-Party Experience
• Weekend Escape to Nantucket
• Relaxing Maldives Vacation
• Riviera Mayan Retreat
Grand Total Funds Raised: $520,125 (Please note: This total includes sponsorship and table/ticket sales as well as the live auction and fund-a-need)
Fund-A-Need: $80,800 (Please note: This was CEW’s most successful fund-a-need auction to date)
Total Number of Attendees: 600
BeautyStat.com donated $100.00 to Cancer and Careers
This event was generously sponsored by: SELF, Robertet, Mary Kay, Orlandi, Publicis Kaplan
Thaler, QVC, SAY Media, Tweezerman, ALDEN image, Beauty Inc, Consultancy Media, Kaplow Communications, SUITE-k and WWD.
Cancer and Careers is the only program of its kind, dedicated to empowering and educating
people with cancer to thrive in their workplace by providing expert advice, interactive tools and
educational events. Through a comprehensive website, a national conference, free publications,
career coaching, support groups and educational seminars, Cancer and Careers strives to
eliminate fear and uncertainty for working people with cancer. For more information, see Cancerandcareers.org.
Cosmetic Executive Women, Inc. (CEW) is a nonprofit professional organization with more
than 5,500 female and male executives in the beauty and related industries. CEW advances
the professional growth and leadership potential of its members through networking, industry
insights, access to leaders, professional development programs and recognition of achievement
and innovation. CEW’s membership is multi-generational and equally representative of entry
level, mid-career level and senior level executives. CEW is based in New York City, and it
also hosts events for the beauty community in Los Angeles. Additionally, CEW has associated
organizations in France and the United Kingdom. The CEW Foundation supports Cancer and
Careers, a resource for employees balancing work and cancer treatment. For more information,
log on to cew.org.
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