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Marie Deneen believes that passion starts from within and is what yields positive results in life, love, and communities. Our passion is providing top quality products and assisting the communities that provide us with the ingredients. That's why we gladly donate proceeds to organizations that fulfill this mission.
We are currently donating 5% of the sales of Red Pump lipstick to Global Giving's Jamaican and West African projects below.
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) drives economic success, yet the poorest and most socially disadvantaged Jamaican children avoid or perform poorly in the sciences. Their communities show little appreciation for STEM and under-resourced schools are ill-equipped for constructive, engaging science teaching. Help us to correct this stifling inequity by exciting children with science and igniting them to apply reasoning and analytical skills to resolve everyday challenges. https://www.globalgiving.org/projects/sosa-uplift-jamaican-schoolchildren-through-science/
This CEF Learning Center will address the educational needs of thousands of children in Kingston, Jamaica and provide them with the opportunity to excel in school, succeed in the community, and thrive in the global world.
1. Computer Technology Center - Free computer literacy training
2. Homework Center - Reliable electricity and space to do assigned projects and print
3. Tutoring Center - Literacy, Mathematics, Science, GSAT Prep, and CXC Prep
4. Library, Literacy, and Reading Center
Learning and Technology Center for Youth in Jamaica
The Caribbean Education Foundation, Inc. (CEF) provides poor children with meaningful access to education. Its current mission country is Jamaica.
Theme: Education | Location: Jamaica | Need: $50,000
Teachers receive ongoing training from staff and government education programs, all funded by the Alliance. Village education councils also receive training on how to ensure teachers are paid and students—especially girls—are in school. Education has only been available to children in these 11 rural villages since the Alliance’s involvement in 1986. 1,500 students are now going to school, an opportunity most of their parents never had. Students continue to progress each year.
Educate Girls and Improve Teaching Methods in Mali
The national primary school enrollment in Mali is 36%. Teachers in 11 schools learn to promote active learning in the classroom, eliminate corporal punishment, and allow girls to have an education.
Theme: Education | Location: Mali | Need: $7,500
You may also donate directly to the Health Training project in Mali, West Africa. This project provides health training to village families in the rural areas of Ouelessebougou, Mali. Health education and disease prevention are key to enhancing the quality of life. "Villagers do not have access to clean water or electricity. Many women spend six hours each day collecting water, firewood, and crushing millet for meals. Many children die from simple causes such as diarrhea, measles, and pneumonia and do not live past their fifth birthday." Please click the link to find out how you can help!
Vaccinations, Mosquito Netting and Health Training
7,500 vaccinations and 600 mosquito nets are provided each year for expectant mothers and children. Health training addresses AIDS, malaria, trachoma, hygiene, pregnancy and delivery, and more.
Theme: Health | Location: Mali | Need: $23,600
This Pride Campaign uses community education and participation to promote conservation of the Palisadoes-Port Royal in Jamaica. School outreach activities are conducted to involve youth in conserving and cleaning the land. Through education and workshops, this project promotes the proper use of natural resources.
Help Preserve Biodiversity in Port Royal, Jamaica
This Pride Campaign uses community education and participation to promote conservation of the Palisadoes-Port Royal Protected Area and promote sustainable use by regulating activities and practice.
Theme: Environment | Location: Jamaica | Need: $20,000