Through the brand-new FAB AID initiative, First Aid Beauty is committing $1 Million to pay off student loans and help graduates get off to a smooth start as they begin the next chapter of their lives.
First Aid Beauty Founder & CEO, Lilli Gordon, said "As someone who once struggled with student debt and now sees young First Aid Beauty employees facing the same challenges, this crisis hits close to home for me, personally, and FAB as a company. We're proud to make a commitment toward impacting the futures of deserving college graduates and give them the freedom to pursue their dreams free from the crushing impact of loans."
First Aid Beauty is launching limited-edition FAB AID products, sold exclusively at Sephora and on firstaidbeauty.com, that will generate incremental funding for the program. 10% of the retail sales of the FAB AID products will be added to the brand's $1 million commitment.
Submit Your Application
United States and Canada residents (excludes Quebec) who have graduated from an accredited 4-year undergraduate college or university between January 2018 and August 2020 may apply for FAB AID by filling out the application at FABAID.com and submitting a video sharing their student loan story. The FAB AID Advisory Board will select winners to have their undergraduate loans paid off in full (up to $100K). Applications will be accepted February 28-August 31, 2020, and winners will be announced by November 10, 2020.