Beauty Bakerie is giving back in a major way by impacting the lives of those in need.
The black owned beauty brand that has taken social media by storm with its gorgeous shades that compliment black women, and being owned by a cancer surviving black woman, the brand is giving back in a sugar sweet way.
The brand has launched their charitable initiative titled Sugar Homes, which actually launched back in 2016 but is kicking it up a notch in 2019.
The initiative donates funds, medicine, water, clothes, food, toys, and other essentials to children in need all around the world.
While the program seeks to help children across the world, the brand works closely with The Hopeworth Children’s Foundation. The female-led orphanage based in Uganda that has provided life saving resources and services since 2011.
This passion project is funded by the donation of portions of all Beauty Bakerie sales to the project, with over 110,000 donations being given to date.
Beauty Bakerie Founder and CEO Cashmere Nicole says she inspired by single mothers, children in need, and breast cancer survivors- all experiences she herself has faced.
To do your part, be sure to shop and support this black owned business, with portions of your purchases going toward this initiative. If you’re interested in learning more about how to become involved with the charity, make sure to follow them on social media
and check out their website