Each year, we create a limited edition Rosewater Balancing Mist Intense and give 5% of its sales to charity through our Fund. To celebrate our 30th anniversary, we’re proud to announce our 2015 goal is a record $500,000.
We are proud to announce that for the first year, JurliqueUK will be donating a portion of our sales of Rosewater Balancing Mist Intense to London Wildlife Trust. This London based charity manages over 40 nature reserves across the capital, bringing nature into the lives of Londoners and providing important homes for the city’s wildlife. With a staggering 13,000 species of wildlife, London has a surprisingly rich diversity of plants and animals, but many are at risk as more and more green space is lost to development. Supported by over 500 volunteers, the Trust protects wildlife and green spaces and enriches the lives of those who live in the city.
“We really appreciate Jurlique’s support. Conservation work is often overlooked and underfunded, but the wild spaces that still exist in London are incredibly important, not just for wildlife but for people as well.”
London Wildlife Trust runs a range of exciting projects involving people and wildlife and this year we will supporting the Wild Talent Project.
At Jurlique, we believe in the transformational power of nature. When we focus our own energy towards creating a beautiful life, we encourage others to bloom around us. So be you, be beautiful, be always blossoming.
This year’s Rosewater Balancing Mist Intense is called “Bloom Where You're Planted”, and it carries an empowering message. Bloom speaks not only to the women and children who have benefited from our previous donations, but also to nature, and to everyone who needs to find the inner strength to blossom in the face of great challenges. With its precious Rose extract and potent botanicals, Rosewater Balancing Mist Intense not only hydrates and balances the skin – it also enlivens the senses, and makes you feel alive.
A portion of sales from our Rosewater Balancing Mist Intense will contribute towards paying for the external training for 6 trainees who join the programme in September 2015.