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TRULY BEAUTIFUL GIFTS: THE BODY SHOP PARTNERS WITH WAR CHILD

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Posted by 11.25.14

When shopping for holiday gifts in the beauty aisle, our mind is often far removed from thinking of real-world problems like education and educating kids to have life-changing skills.

The Body Shop has eased our lives this holiday season by doing all the thinking and partnering for social good: each year a new non-profit is the lovely recipient of the company’s largesse. Last year the giving benefited Nepalese schools, and this year the non-profit War Child, which restores each child’s right to learn (especially in war-affected areas and areas of conflict), will be at the receiving end of certain marked gifts.

Rob Williams, the CEO at War Child UK says: “In areas of conflict, getting a

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BEAUTY   |   AESTHETICS   |   WELLNESS

TRULY BEAUTIFUL GIFTS: THE BODY SHOP PARTNERS WITH WAR CHILD

Photo Credit: thebodyshop.com

Posted by 11.25.14

When shopping for holiday gifts in the beauty aisle, our mind is often far removed from thinking of real-world problems like education and educating kids to have life-changing skills.

The Body Shop has eased our lives this holiday season by doing all the thinking and partnering for social good: each year a new non-profit is the lovely recipient of the company’s largesse. Last year the giving benefited Nepalese schools, and this year the non-profit War Child, which restores each child’s right to learn (especially in war-affected areas and areas of conflict), will be at the receiving end of certain marked gifts.

Rob Williams, the CEO at War Child UK says: “In areas of conflict, getting a

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