CHARITY AFFILIATES

The British Beauty Council would like to thank our charity affiliates for their support
BEAUTY BACKED

Beauty Backed is a non-profit fundraising initiative run through Go Fund Me Fundraiser and Change.org in association with The Hair and Beauty Charity.

The initiative launched on Monday 3rd August 2020 to raise both funds and support for the reopening of the Beauty industry in its entirety.

BEAUTY BANKS

Beauty Banks are a people-powered, grassroots movement. They believe that being clean is a basic human right, not a luxury and not a privilege. They exist to make ‘hygiene poverty’ history while supporting those living in poverty in the UK – those who can’t afford to be clean – with personal care and hygiene essentials. This is about dignity, self-confidence and mental wellbeing. This is also about change. They support those in need while lobbying the UK government, as part of a Beauty APPG, to make change happen. Ours is beauty with purpose.

HAIR AND BEAUTY CHARITY

Hair and Beauty Charity is dedicated to helping hair and beauty professionals in need.  With roots going back to 1853, the official industry charity offers financial support to individuals and their families facing difficult times due to unforeseen circumstances such as illness, bereavement and financial hardship. The charity’s beneficiaries are supported with regular payments or one-off grants to make their lives a little easier. Hair and Beauty Charity relies on support from corporate sponsors and hair and beauty professionals to continue their vital work. Please visit their website should you require support or for information on how to donate, fundraise or support us. Together we can make difference.

HAIRCUTS4HOMELESS

Haircuts4Homeless is a community group set up by veteran hairdresser Stewart Roberts. Inspired by the actions of hairdressers in various parts of the world cutting hair for the homeless, Stewart set out not only to do this his self but to build a whole community of skilled hairdresser volunteers who give their time free of charge to give haircuts for homeless people.

At Haircuts4Homeless it’s more than just a haircut, it’s kindness shown that makes a homeless person know that people really care.

THE HYGIENE BANK

The Hygiene Bank is a grassroots, people powered charity, grounded in community. Their network of banks exist to ensure those living in poverty and can’t afford to be clean, have access to the basics. This is about dignity, self-confidence and mental wellbeing. Feeling clean should not be a luxury or a privilege in the modern world and so they work to inspire social change.

LADY GARDEN FOUNDATION

The Lady Garden Foundation is on a mission to raise awareness and significant funds for gynaecological health, to help drastically reduce the diagnoses and devastating outcomes of the five cancers – ovarian, cervical, vaginal, vulval and womb. They are often referred to as silent killers, not only because of their complicated symptoms which can be missed by healthcare professionals, but also due to a lack of awareness surrounding these diseases.

We are Lady Garden.
We stand together as daughters, sisters and mothers.
We challenge taboos and do away with the ‘private’ in our ‘private parts’.
We are loud and we are bold.
We are restless and we are relentless.
We are Lady Garden.
We will be #SilentNoMore.

LOOK GOOD FEEL BETTER (LGFB)

Look Good Feel Better (LGFB) is the Beauty Industry’s flagship charity.  For 25 years it has been providing confidence-boosting workshops for cancer patients across the UK and in 26 countries worldwide.

Over 45 member companies and brands support Look Good Feel Better UK and work together to enable the charity to reach out to over 170,000 people with its unique services.  Workshops, online tutorials and additional support materials are available for women, young adults and in 2018 LGFB UK launched a new range of services for men.

MASCED

MASCEDDeveloped by national skin cancer charity, Skcin – MASCED (Melanoma and Skin Cancer Early Detection) is an innovative, online training programme, that harnesses the power of beauty industry professionals, by teaching them how to spot the early signs and symptoms of skin cancer and save lives.

The objective of the MASCED programme is to facilitate the provision of effective training, with quality printed and on-line resources, enabling beauty industry professionals to upskill and integrate this knowledge into their everyday practice, adding value to the British beauty industry and the local communities in which they operate.

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