Philanthropy is deeply rooted in our corporate heritage. From global programs to local initiatives, we believe that our company can contribute positively to society through authentic and inspiring programs at corporate and at brand levels.
philosophy Hope & Grace
With its Hope & Grace initiative, philosophy became the first company to place a deep focus on women’s mental health and wellbeing, dedicating at least 1% of its sales toward charity.
Davidoff Cool Water + National Geographic Pristine Seas
Davidoff actively supports National Geographic’s Pristine Seas program to protect marine areas and champion beach cleaning initiatives.
Wella - UNICEF Making Waves
A long-term partnership between Wella and Unicef in collaboration with hair stylists and their clients from around the world. It aims to touch and transform the lives of vulnerable young people through hairdressing training, mentoring and life skills education. Since 2011 the program has empowered more than 37,000 young people to fulfill their rights and realize their potential.
Rimmel London + Comic Relief UK
Rimmel supports a vision of a fair world, free from poverty in partnership with the organization Comic Relief UK.
As the founding corporate sponsor for DKMS / Delete Blood Cancer, the world’s largest nonprofit bone-marrow-donor center, Coty has helped facilitate more than 50,000 bone-marrow transplants from a pool of more than five million registered donors.
COTY has supported Look Good Feel Better since the program started in the U.S. in 1989. It is the only free, global public service that is teaching those with cancer that they can have some normalcy in a life that is by no means normal. When a woman looks good, she can feel better. Look Good Feel Better is a public service program of the Personal Care Products Council Foundation, and COTY is a strong supporter.