Kiehl's Canada has launched four charitable initiatives across the country just in time for the holiday shopping season.
The cosmetic company will be selling one special limited edition skin care product for each of Ontario, Quebec, British Columbia and the Western Canada areas.
In B.C. any purchase of the Kiehl's Jeremyville limited edition Ultra Face Cream 125 ml will be supporting the BC Women's Hospital and Health Centre Foundation and help funding critical equipment the hospital needs.
For Quebec it's the limited edition Jeremyville Creme de Corps 250ml that will be used to generate the charitable funds. Those will go towards The Véro & Louis Foundation, which provide support for people 21 and older living with autism.
Stollery Children's Hospital Foundation based out of Edmonton, Alberta will be the beneficiary of any sales from the limited edition Jeremyville Creme de Corps. Stollery's foundation works towards raising funds for the many health care challenges ill children in Western Canada face.
Finally, Kiehl's consumers in Ontario who purchase the Jeremyville Creme de Corps will be helping support Camp Oochigeas, a privately funded volunteer-based organization that helps send children with cancer to camp. Camp Oochigeas serves an estimated1,500 families across Ontario.
"For decades, Kiehl's has continuously given back to communities it serves by targeting philanthropic endeavors based on the needs and concerns of its citizens," said the company in a promotional release about the products.
"This holiday season, we seek to further spread the spirit of giving through a new program that supports local children's organizations across the country to share joy with all during this festive season."