There are so many women that suffer from cancer all around the world and it’s truly amazing that I am able to share with you information about this program and the great cause behind it because it can be of great help to those who suffer from this illness. It’ so amazing being able to help give women confidence that will help them keep up the fight. I truly believe that women are most confident when they feel beautiful and this program helps women regain confidence through beauty & community!
About Look Good Feel Better
Look Good Feel Better is a public service program dedicated to helping women living with cancer manage the appearance side effects of cancer treatment and improve their self-esteem. The program offers free workshops and other educational resources that teach beauty and styling techniques to women who are undergoing chemotherapy, radiation, or other forms of treatment to help them manage the appearance side effects. If you or someone close to you has been impacted by cancer, you know that the appearance changes women undergo while coping with cancer treatment – like beauty itself – are far more than skin deep. These changes can impact a woman’s self-esteem, sense of confidence and hope at a time when she needs them the most.
Look Good Feel Better was established in 1989, the program is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year. In the United States alone, more than 900,000 women have participated in the program, which now offers 15,800 group workshops nationwide in 2,400 locations. Look Good Feel Better was developed by the Personal Care Products Council Foundation, and is delivered through collaboration with the American Cancer Society and the Professional Beauty Association. Visit lookgoodfeelbetter.org to learn more. Look Good Feel Better is partnering with women’s fashion retailer C. Wonder and Fashion Project,the leading online clothing donation and resale destination to raise awareness and funds for Look Good Feel Better to help women overcome the appearance related side effects of cancer treatment.
About The Fashion Project Fashion Project is the industry leader in online clothing donation. Since its founding in 2012, Fashion Project has worked with over 300 non-profit partners and powered donation programs for the Council of Fashion Designers of America, Joie, Milly, Helmut Lang, and more. By focusing on maximizing the value of every item donated, Fashion Project can raise up to 100x than an average thrift store. For more information on Fashion Project, visit www.fashionproject.com. About C. Wonder C. Wonder offers women’s clothing, footwear, jewelry and accessories; housewares and home decor, personal electronics, great gifts, and delightful surprises at every turn. Our design teams create a wide-ranging assortment of beautiful, versatile and spirited products for all areas of our customer’s life. Our stores offer unexpected touches at every turn: rich interior furnishings; personal fitting room settings; monogramming on select products; an open door return policy; and payment transactions anywhere in the store. C. Wonder is one of several lifestyle and consumer products brands being developed by Chris Burch, founder and CEO of Burch Creative Capital, an entrepreneur and active investor across a wide range of industries for nearly thirty years. Mr. Burch has been a strategic investor in multiple technology and luxury brands, including Aliph (Jawbone), NextJump, PowerMat, Voss Water and Tory Burch. C. Wonder currently operates ten stores, the SoHo Flagship and at the following malls: , The Shops at Columbus Circle in Time Warner Center, Garden State Plaza, The Westchester Mall, Roosevelt Field Mall, Fashion Island, Tyson’s Corner, King of Prussia, Fashion Valley and Lenox Square in addition to a full-service e-commerce boutique. Additional stores will open across the country in 2013 and beyond. For more information or to shop online, please visit: www.cwonder.com. The promotion runs through Thursday, September 18 at eleven C. Wonder stores nationwide and online at www.fashionproject.com/cwonder.
Here’s How Consumers Can Get Involved:
- During the month-long clothing drive, consumers are encouraged to donate gently used clothing, shoes, and accessories in a donation bin at participating C. Wonder locations or online at www.fashionproject.com/cwonder.
- Customers who participate by donating items in-store or online will receive 20% off a C. Wonder purchase of $100 or more.
- The donated items will then be sold online by Fashion Project. Fifty-five percent of the proceeds from each online sale will be donated to Look Good Feel Better.
- The Summit, Birmingham, AL
- Easton Town Center, Columbus, OH
- SoHo, New York, NY
- The Shops at Columbus Circle, New York, NY
- Lenox Square, Atlanta, GA
- King of Prussia Mall, King of Prussia, PA
- The Gate at Manhasset, Manhasset, NY
- Roosevelt Field, Garden City, NY
- Walt Whitman Shops, Huntington Station, NY
- The Fashion Mall at Keystone, Indianapolis, IN
- Fashion Valley, San Diego, CA
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