Keep a child alive with your nightly skin care
(NC) Grammy Award winner Alicia Keys is leading an initiative to bring as much HIV treatment to children as they need. This year for the first time, she is partnering with luxury skin care brand Kiehl's Since 1851 to raise funds and awareness for Keep a Child Alive (keepachildalive.org).
With every purchase of a limited edition Midnight Recovery Concentrate, Kiehl's will donate 100 per cent of the net profits to the cause. Your contribution will help to bring life-saving HIV care and treatment, nutritious food and support to children and families affected by the disease.
“I'm really excited about this partnership for my Keep a Child Alive mission,” says Keys. “Kiehl's has demonstrated that they are really about being a part of the community, and they're supportive of things that are going on in the world particularly with HIV/AIDS. This partnership couldn't be a better fit!”
The limited edition Midnight Recovery Concentrate can be purchased at Kiehl's stores across Canada or online at kiehls.ca.
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