Proceeds from sale of Kiehl’sLimited Edition Ultra Facial Cream will be donated to Teach For India
This month, healthier skin is equal to a healthier world! Philanthropy has always been part of the DNA at Kiehl’s Since 1851. The Mission of Kiehl’s states that Kiehl’s must “improve in some way the quality of the community to which it is committed… making for better citizens, better firms, and better communities.”
Kiehl’s, along with Teach For India and Neha Dhupia wants to bring an end to India’s educational crisis. In India, according to Teach For India, 90% children start school, 58% drop out of primary school and only 10% finish high school and go on to study in colleges across India.
“Teach for India tirelessly works towards bridging the gaps and challenges that underprivileged children face in education. Supportive partners like Kiehl’s share our passion for improving the lives of these kids, and fostering optimism and making education a human right,” says Neha Dhupia.