L’Oreal USA helps America’s COVID-19 reduction and restoration
The cosmetics company, L’Oreal USAAnnounced a multi-faceted initiative to help Americans during the COVID 19 outbreak and recovery. This obligation is made in addition to L’Oreal’s Europe-wide corona virus solidarity programThis includes a one million euro / £ 904,135.82 donation to charities across Europe.
The L’Oreal USA initiative is implemented immediately and includes the following measures:
First, L’Oreal United States will donate $ 250,000 / £ 205,200.00 to the US Hunger Aid Organization Feed America Provide emergency aid for their COVID-19 response fund and help relieve food-insecure families across America. This is part of a company-wide fundraising campaign in which L’Oreal United States Additional employee donations will go up dollar for dollar $ 25,000 / £ 20,520.00.
Second, L’Oreal USA’s manufacturing facilities will begin producing alcohol-based hand sanitizers this week, which will be made available free of charge to US employees, partners and health professionals working on the front lines of this emergency.
Third, L’Oreal United States will make a donation of personal care products worth more than $ 1 million / £ 820,580.00, including cleansing and moisturizing creams, to Feed the Children as part of their community-based emergency response to COVID-19.
Fourth, L’Oreal United States will donate protective masks from its facilities North Little Rock, Arkansas, and Franklin, New Jerseyto local hospital systems in every surrounding community.
Most recently L’Oreal United States will freeze payments from very small and small companies in their distribution network, including hairdressing salons, until their business resumes. Additionally L’Oréal United States will shorten payment times for small suppliers who have been most exposed to this economic crisis.
"I know that I speak for all of my colleagues when I say that at L & # 39; Oreal USA we feel a deep responsibility to make our contribution to overcoming this crisis in the many communities in which we live and work" said Stéphane Rinderknech, President and CEO of L & # 39; Oreal USA and Executive Vice President, North America.
"We are in solidarity with the brave people who work tirelessly and selflessly to end this pandemic, and we hope that these measures will bring some relief in this challenging time."