Thrive Causemetics Pledges $1 Million to COVID-19 Relief Efforts

Funds will be targeted to women impacted by the coronavirus


Vegan luxury makeup and skincare company, Thrive Causemetics is showing that beauty is indeed more than skin deep.  The company has hosted a donation day where 100% of profits from online sales have been donated to the COVID-19 relief efforts of Meals on Wheels, Baby2Baby and Feeding America. 

The company reports that the brand has raised more than $350,000 for these essential organizations that are providing meals, diapers and resources to the most vulnerable communities in the United States.

What’s more, Thrive Causemetics is committed to growing donations from $350,000 to a total of 1 million. The funds will be targeted to women impacted by the coronavirus, including: healthcare workers on the front lines as well as a fund to aid women-owned small businesses and their employees impacted by the Covid-19. 

“This pandemic has affected our world at large and we’re all navigating these uncharted waters together. We have a one-of-a-kind community and platform that allows us to give back every day, and I want to do our part now more than ever,” says Thrive Causemetics Founder and CEO Karissa Bodnar.

 Important to note that giving back is not new to Thrive Causemetics. Since the brand launched in 2015, the brand donates a portion of its salesto help women who are fighting cancer, surviving domestic abuse, emerging from homelessness and women veterans adjusting to life outside the uniform. In 2018, they donated 100% of the proceeds from a single day of sales–raising $250,000–to donate to non-profit organizations supporting the residents and displaced animals affected by the wildfires in Northern and Southern California. 

All of Thrive Causemetics’ products are vegan, cruelty-free and formulated without paraben or sulfates.  Learn more at Thrive Causemetics.