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If you are near Sydney this coming Saturday the 9th of September – pop by the Kiehl’s store at the QVB to support Adoption Awareness and meet Deborah Lee Furness

Kiehl’s Since 1851, proudly announces our new community partner Adoption Awareness.

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The cult New York-based purveyor of fine quality skin and hair care for men and women has a strong and well established history of working with worthwhile causes whose mission in some way is, to improve the quality of the community to which it is committed.

Globally revered, Kiehl’s products are world renowned for their distinctive quality and efficacy. With a proud history as a family founded, authentic, charitable, community-oriented brand that gives back wherever possible, this new partnership with Adoption Awareness is set to create positive awareness and a positive self-image for the children and families of the adoption community in Australia. 

DLFAdoption Awareness Founder, Deborra Lee Furness, “As the foundation of family is so intrinsic to our efforts at Adoption Awareness, we are thrilled to announce our partnership with Kiehl’s – which is a family founded business and a socially conscious organization wanting to serve their community.

We are thrilled to join forces and believe Kiehl’s and Adoption Awareness will work together to bring awareness and shining a light on what matters…serving our community and most importantly our children.”

General Manager Kiehl’s Australia, Teresa Love, “I’m so proud to work with National Adoption as Kiehl’s since 1851 is a family founded business who work towards supporting the quality of their community. Together Kiehl’s and National Adoption will raise positive awareness around adoption and the many children in need of secure and loving forever family”.

With an offering of over 200 skincare and hair solutions, the Kiehl’s experience is a unique portfolio of cosmetic, pharmaceutical, herbal and medicinal knowledge that has been acquired and developed through generations.

In November 2013, as part of our Adoption Awareness partnership, Kiehl’s will release a Limited Edition Ultra Facial Cream (their No.1 customer favourite product, selling 1 jar every 14 seconds around the world), which will be specially designed by children in the adoption community of Australia to help raise awareness of all the issues surrounding vulnerable and abandoned children and adoption. Proceeds from the sales of the Limited Edition Ultra Facial Cream will go towards raising funds to support the advocacy and development of resources to serve these children and their families.

Find our more about the Kiehl’s Limited Edition Ultra Face Cream and the beautiful designs by children here

THE MISSION OF KIEHL

“A worthwhile firm must have a purpose of its existence. Not only the everyday work-a-day purpose to earn a just profit, but beyond that, to improve in some way the quality of the community to which it is committed. Each firm—as should each person—contributes to the around it; and by dint of its day-to-day efforts, the message is thereby imparts is a revelation of the quality standard at which is life’s work conducted.

We here at Kiehl’s hope that through the quality of our products, by the manner in which our day-to-day contacts are concerned with truth, justice and fairness, we can in some way communicate to those who may not have been aware of it that these qualities are eternal and renewable every day, making for better citizens, better firms, and better communities.”

  • this is great to get this cause out there. i had never heard of this before

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  • What an amazing inspirational lady, adore her.

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  • She has so much passion and commitment

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  • She is a remarkable woman

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  • Oh.. I buy kiehl products but never knew they are such a great company supporting a great cause!

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  • It’s always heart warming to see businesses offering their support to worthwhile causes and Deborah Lee has been instrumental in the change of new adoption laws starting next year – good on her and Kiehl for all their support.

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  • great to see businesses helping a good cause

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  • great to see companies getting involved to raise awareness

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  • thanks for sharing, I enjoyed reading it.

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  • What a beautiful story !

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  • thanks for sharing, was a good read

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  • this lady should get australian of the year

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  • Debra is a great role model for all and I love how she is so down to earth.

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  • would have loved to meet you Deborah, I admire you so much

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  • Great cause. Thanks for sharing. Great article. I enjoyed reading it.

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