A day of social activity with L’Oreal

Every year, employ­ees of all coun­tries where there are branch­es of the L’Oréal group devote them­selves to social activ­i­ties. In 2016, the Ukrain­ian L’Oréal team devot­ed July 8 to good deeds in the vil­lage of Gle­bov­ka (Vysh­gorod­sky dis­trict, Kyiv region).

Day of Social Responsibility - photo

Lore­al PR ser­vice

Cit­i­zen Day, as a glob­al ini­tia­tive of the L’O­re­al Group, was found­ed in 2010 and is timed to coin­cide with the com­pa­ny’s 100th anniver­sary (2009). Through­out the years, this Day rep­re­sents the com­mit­ment of the cos­met­ics com­pa­ny, when employ­ees around the world come togeth­er to par­tic­i­pate in social activ­i­ties based on 4 main prin­ci­ples — Beau­ty, Diver­si­ty, Sci­ence and Envi­ron­ment, in order to change soci­ety for the bet­ter. This is the com­pa­ny’s con­tri­bu­tion to achieve the main goal — to make the world more beau­ti­ful.


PR ser­vice L’ORÉAL

Cre­at­ed six years ago, Social Respon­si­bil­i­ty Day brings togeth­er thou­sands of L’O­re­al employ­ees around the world who want to take part in vol­un­teer ini­tia­tives. In 2015, the event gen­er­at­ed unprece­dent­ed inter­est when employ­ees vol­un­teered around 200,000 hours.


PR ser­vice L’ORÉAL

This year, about 180 employ­ees of the Ukrain­ian branch devot­ed this day to social­ly use­ful deeds. Sev­er­al bus­es deliv­ered the com­pa­ny’s employ­ees, along with guests, rep­re­sen­ta­tives of the press, to the vil­lage of Gle­bov­ka, where every­one could choose one of 3 activ­i­ties — help­ing the elder­ly in their homes and yards, arrang­ing a play­ground or help­ing on the school ter­ri­to­ry — they paint­ed fences, cleaned the ter­ri­to­ry, helped at home.


L’ORÉAL PR depart­ment

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