What is Stronger Together?

If you're searching for a way to celebrate girl power, this is a pretty perfect place to start

At Boots, we believe no woman should be held back from reaching her full potential. Join the revolution and find out more about our Stronger Together campaign and what you can do to help empower women.

The Prince's Trust in partnership with Boots & L'Oréal

Help transform self-doubt into self-worth by purchasing any L’Oréal Paris skincare or cosmetic product in store and online. For each product purchased, L’Oréal will donate £1 to The Prince’s Trust to help connect up to 10,000 young people with mentors.**

Intrigued? You can find out more about The Prince’s Trust partnership here or search #GiveTheGreatestGift.

The Hygiene Bank donation points

Everyone has the right to feel good, and access to essential hygiene products shouldn’t prevent that. 

That’s why Boots have partnered with The Hygiene Bank† – a grass roots, people powered charity that strives to collect and redistribute toiletries to those living in hygiene poverty.

You can now find donation points for The Hygiene Bank in selected Boots stores.

Want to get involved? Find your closest donation point and read more about The Hygiene Bank here. Together we can tackle hygiene poverty.

Soap & Glory & The Hygiene Bank partnership

Soap & Glory are helping support The Hygiene Bank, and you can too. For every 50 Soap & Glory products purchased, Soap & Glory will donate one of their iconic Clean On Me Creamy Clarifying Shower Gels to The Hygiene Bank*.

Sound good? You can find out more about Giving the Gift of Clean initiative here.

So whether you’re searching for a new lip gloss, mascara or night cream, make your next beauty investment one that gives back to charity.

*For every 50 Soap & Glory products sold in the UK between 1 March 2020 to 5 May 2020, Soap & Glory will donate a full-sized Clean On Me Creamy Clarifying Shower Gel 500ml to The Hygiene Bank. Subject to availability.​​​​​​​

**L'Oréal Paris will donate £1 of each skincare and make-up product sold to The Prince’s Trust, between 11 March 2020 and 7 April 2020, contribution capped at £90,000 to help connect up to 10,000 young people with mentors. Subject to availability. Women Supporting Women is an initiative of The Prince’s Trust. The Prince’s Trust is a registered charity, incorporated by Royal Charter (RC000772). Principal office: The Prince’s Trust South London Centre, 8 Glade Path, London, SE1 8EG. Registered charity number in England and Wales (1079675) and Scotland (SC041198).

†The Hygiene Bank is a registered charity in England and Wales. Charity number: 1181267.