LUSH Cosmetics supports Passion For Motherland

With over 900 stores in countries across the globe, LUSH Cosmetics has expanded rapidly in recent years and has lots of plans to continue with that growth. When a company is that successful, it is easy for them to focus on revenue and forget their roots. Not so with LUSH. The company does extensive charitable work and, on Friday 5th August, LUSH will be helping to support Passion For Motherland (PFM) at their flagship store in Oxford Street, London.

From 6:30pm to 7.30pm, PFM founder Lisette Mibo will be sharing her story with visitors to the central London store. While explaining the tragedy of up to 25,000 children living on the streets of Kinshasa, Lisette will also present a positive plan to change that situation – and to bring hope to a generation of vulnerable youngsters.

The building of the first Passion For Motherland shelter will take place later this year – and it will be a vital source of security, education, medical care and more.

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lush charity pot2LUSH’s founders started supplying ethical products into The Body Shop back in the 1970s. LUSH itself opened its first store in 1995 in Poole, Dorset, and has since built a chain of more than 900 stores in 51 countries around the world.

In 2007 Lush created the Charity Pot, a hand and body lotion, especially to raise money for charity and good causes. On Friday 5th August the Oxford Street store, will donate 100% of the purchase price, (except the VAT) to Passion for Motherland for each charity pot sold.

The money raised will be used to build a shelter to help homeless children, living on the streets of Kinshasa.

Vicky Reina, LUSH, Oxford street
“As campaigning company, we’re passionate about raising awareness for all of the grassroots charities we work with and we are delighted to work with Lisette and Passion for the Motherland”

Lisette Mibo, Passion For Motherland, Founder
“I have always admired companies with social missions. We are so grateful for the fundraising opportunity, which will go towards our construction of our 1st shelter building in Kinshasa, Congo”

Want to help? Here are the Lush Charity Pot party for Passion For Motherland details

With every purchase of Charity Pot, Lush will donate 100% of the price (Exc VAT)
Size/Price:  240g £13.50  |   45g ~  £3.50   |   Trial size ~ 10g £1.00 

Please help fundraise for #PFM2016!
Pop along and purchase a Passion for Motherland’s Charity Pot!
Remember to tell your friends, colleagues and family too.

Oxford Street
LUSH
175 – 179 Oxford Street
London W1D 1JS

Lush works hard to put their ethical buying policy into practice, their suppliers must demonstrate that they support worker’s rights, the environment, intelligent transport and commit to 100% vegetarian products with no animal testing.  Their Shea Butter comes from Ghana and their Orange Flowers and Neroli Oil come from Tunisia.

LUSH Products with ingredients from Africa

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Slide 2 | Marigold Oil

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