"Thrive Causemetics' mission from day one has been to empower women around the world through beauty. Educating women about breast cancer prevention unlocks a new level of awareness and confidence and we are thrilled to play a part in helping women learn about what they can do to lessen their chances of receiving a diagnosis," Thrive Causemetics CEO and founder Karissa Bodnar said.
For every product purchased, the brand donates to organizations that support women overcoming remarkable challenges including domestic abuse, homelessness, cancer and more, as well as to communities and animals in need.
According to Keep a Breast's website, about one in eight women will get breast cancer in their lifetime. When breast cancer is detected early, in the localized stage, the five-year survival rate is 98%. Thrive Causemetics and Keep A Breast Foundation believe "knowledge is power" and Keep A Breast distributes thoroughly researched breast health education through printed materials, blogs and their Check Yourself! App.
"This partnership is a true example of a brand putting their money where their mouth is. We strive to only work with brands that have high integrity in the products they produce and the communities they support," Keep A Breast Foundation's founder Shaney jo Darden said. "Thrive Causemetics does both by making cruelty free and vegan products and supporting women's charities all over the world. Keep A Breast is very proud to be part of the Thrive Causemetics family."
This campaign comes on the heels of several big donations from Thrive Causemetics: a $25 million product donation in honor of its fourth anniversary, a $10 million product donation in celebration of a new product launch and an additional $30 million product donation in honor of Karissa Bodnar, their founder's 30th birthday. Thrive Causemetics practices responsive giving—with partners receiving what they need to best accomplish their goals—whether it's high-performance products or much-needed funds.