SELF-WORTH, WORTH SHARING
Because we’re worth it
L’ORÉAL PARIS X THE PRINCE’S TRUST
Transforming self-doubt to self-worth for thousands of young people. Because self-worth is worth sharing.
The Prince’s Trust in partnership with Boots and L’Oréal.
L’Oréal Paris has always believed in the power of self-worth, and that everyone is worth it. Since 2017, we’ve partnered with The Prince’s Trust to transform selfdoubt to self-worth through the ‘All Worth It’ training programme. The confidence-boosting sessions address issues such as relationships and employability, giving young people the opportunity to learn techniques to help them prepare for interviews and more.
This International Women’s Day, we’re also shining a spotlight on the Prince’s Trust’s ‘Women Supporting Women’ initiative which empowers young women in challenging circumstances by sharing knowledge, advice and support, helping them to move forward with renewed confidence into a job, training, education or to start a business.
Because self-worth is worth sharing, this gifting season, you can give the greatest gift. Whether it’s for mothers, grandmothers, aunties, role models or friends.
Whoever you choose to celebrate, L’Oréal Paris will be donating £1* to The Prince’s Trust for each L’Oréal Paris skincare or make-up product sold in store and online at Boots, which will go towards connecting up to 10,000 young people with mentors.
SHOP OUR HEROES
WHO DO YOU SHARE YOUR SELF-WORTH WITH?
This International Women’s Day, we asked our ambassadors to share who has helped build and strengthen their own self-worth.
- Geri Horner shares with Donna, The Prince’s Trust graduate
- Denise Lewis shares with her god-daughter, Reese
- Neelam Gill shares with her mum, Rajan
- Iskra Lawrence shares with her baby
- Helen Mirren shares with Val Garland, friend and make-up artist
FIND OUT MORE & GET INVOLVED
Make a difference. Learn more on the L’Oréal Paris website and start your Prince’s Trust journey today.
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*L’Oréal Paris will donate £1 of each skincare and make-up product sold online and in-store between 11 March and 7 April 2020 to The Prince’s Trust, 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).