More and more companies today are giving back to the community by helping non-profit organizations (NGOs) with their cause. Buying something expensive already comes with the question “What for?” and “Can this help the society?”, thanks to the younger generation’s willingness to be involved. If you’re on the lookout for such meaningful products and purchases, here’s something new from AVON’s #Stand4Her campaign – a fundraising project to help female victims of abuse here in the country.
AVON is continuing its mission to help end violence against women and girls with its latest addition to the Free as a Butterfly collection, a special butterfly watch.
A gift with purpose, this watch can be a great gift for strong women in your life. Fit for anyone, whether it’s your mother, sister, spouse, or friend, the watch is symbolic of empowerment, resilience, and beauty. Plus, it also helps bring up women, too!
At just P899, the watch supports their partner NGOs (see list below) committed to supporting women and girls who have survived different forms of abuse. P100 of every piece purchased goes straight to helping empower these women.
As an advocate for women’s freedom to live a safe and healthy life, AVON is taking concrete measures to address the issue of abuse, which continues to hold many women back from achieving their full potential. This is in addition to the countless job opportunities that they’ve opened for Filipinas.
The fight against gender-based violence is just one pillar of #Stand4Her, a movement by women, for women. With this platform, AVON is also working to raise awareness on breast cancer detection, and help women feel more represented, celebrating each one’s unique brand of beauty.
If you want to learn more about their partner NGOs, you may contact:
- LunaLegal Resource Center for Women and Children in Davao: (082) 222-3448
- Gender Watch Against Violence and Exploitation (GWAVE) in Dumaguete: (035) 422-8405 or 0915 259 3029
- Women’s Care Center, Inc. (WCCI) in Manila: (02) 514-4104 or 0999 577 9631
- Ing Makababaying Aksyon (IMA) in Pampanga: (045) 323-4750