Mary Kay’s philanthropic organization The Mary Kay Ash Foundation celebrated its five-year partnership with Southwestern Medical Center as they endeavor to improve the future of cancer research. Together, the two entities host the International Postdoctoral Scholars in Cancer Research Fellowship program, which is a two-year postdoctoral program hosted at the Harold C. Simmons Comprehensive Cancer Center at UT Southwestern Medical Center.
Mary Kay, through its philanthropic initiative the Mary Kay Ash Foundation, announced $2.4 million in grants that will support cancer research and domestic violence shelters around the country. The donations were given in the form of grants of $20,000 each to 60 domestic violence shelters to fund life-saving programs, services, facility upgrades, legal aid, counseling and more for women and children fleeing abuse, as well as 12 grants of $100,000 each to researchers and institutes conducting groundbreaking research in cancers that primarily affect women.
The Family Place, the largest provider of family violence services in Texas, announced it will present the Texas Trailblazer Award to Mary Kay Inc. Chief Executive Officer Ryan Rogers.
In the United States, one in four women will experience domestic violence during their lifetime. The Mary Kay Ash Foundation recently awarded grants totaling $100,000 to four North Texas domestic violence shelters.
The Mary Kay Ash Foundation announced the donation of 50 grants of $20,000 each to domestic violence shelters across the country. This donation is expected to serve and support nearly 150,000 women.
The Mary Kay Ash Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Mary Kay, has awarded grants to ten researchers who are conducting groundbreaking research in cancers that primarily affect women. Each researcher was awarded a $100,000 grant for their novel research proposals.
Mary Kay Ash Foundation, the philanthropic initiative of Mary Kay, announced grants of $25,000 to be awarded to four North Texas shelters: Hope’s Door New Beginning Center Genesis Women’s Shelter & Support Denton County Friends of the Family The Family Place The Mary Kay Ash Foundation is an established partner of North Texas domestic violence […]
In 2021 alone, Mary Kay contributed to the UN Trust Fund to support life-changing projects in 68 countries and territories that protect women and girls. Since 1996, the fund has provided $198 million in support for 609 organizations in 140 countries and territories who are investing in innovative and evidence-based civil society-led solutions at the national and local level.