By adding one simple word to the most ubiquitous greeting in the world, you instantly encourage a more heartfelt answer. This more inquisitive approach invites a more genuine response that goes beyond the instinctive “good and you?”. Help end the stigma attached to ‘mental illness’ and open up the lines of communication with anyone suffering from a disorder of any type. The broad spectrum of conditions includes depression, anxiety, PTSD, or autism, among many others.
We philosophy fans, great news: the company contributes 1% of every product it sells to the brand’s Hope & Grace Initiative. Reaching over 1.5 million women through education and awareness campaigns, this program provides trained individuals for those struggling with mental illness. How have I been unaware of this genius and generous cause? In case you needed a push to stock up on purity made simple. You’re welcome.
But wait, there’s more! Amazing Grace enthusiasts: 100% of net proceeds from the sale of the new limited edition firming body emulsion goes to the Hope & Grace fund, which has so far awarded 2.4 million to 38 mental health organizations. Featuring artwork by project 1 in 4 founder, Melissa Betley, this collaborative offer is only available while supplies last on philosophy.com or at the Garden State Plaza retail location.
Text a friend, grab a coffee, and ask how they REALLY are. For more information about the campaign click here.