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We believe in an intrinsic, all-encompassing approach to beauty. That means you can make a statement with your lip color, turn heads with red carpet-worthy hair and – as the Honorees in our 2016 Women of Worth program prove – change lives through selfless acts of kindness.
Read below to see how 10 passionate women are volunteering their time and energy to serve their communities and make a difference around the world. Let their stories and inner beauty tips inspire you to help make the world a more beautiful place.
Monica Gray founded DreamWakers, a nonprofit dedicated to connecting underserved children with educational career support and mentorship. Through the power of free video technologies, she virtually connects professional leaders and role models with 4th-12th grade students
Through her nonprofit LESLIE'S WEEK, founder Sandra Gunn donates vacation homes to families of women with Stage IV Metastatic Breast Cancer. By spending quality time together, families are able to create memories that outlast cancer.
Caring for others requires a lot of effort, so it’s important to recharge. Marian Hamilton founded The Ken Hamilton Caregivers Center to give caregivers at Northern Westchester Hospital an “oasis” where they could take time for themselves and receive assistance and emotional counseling from a team of social workers and volunteers.
When Jessica Kidd started Gracie’s Gowns, her mission was to inspire parents and children in their darkest moments by brightening up their world with something as special. The nonprofit donates personalized hospital gowns to children battling life-threatening conditions.
Diane Latiker wanted to steer the children in her community away from the negative influences they saw daily. She started Kids Off the Block to help low-income, at-risk youth find positive alternatives to gangs, drugs, truancy, violence, and the juvenile justice system.
As a formerly homeless teen, Nadya Okamoto talked to other women and realized there was a stigma surrounding the topic of periods at shelters. She founded Camions of Care to provide menstrual hygiene management services to women in need.
Through Cleaning for a Reason, Debbie Sardone inspires residential cleaning services to offer four months of free, monthly household cleaning sessions for women with cancer.
After losing her son Rory to Sepsis in 2012, Orlaith Staunton co-founded the Rory Staunton Foundation for Sepsis Prevention to raise awareness and ensure that no other child would die of sepsis resulting from the lack of a speedy diagnosis and immediate medical treatment.
When Kathy Tillotson noticed a large gap in services and housing options for homeless youth, she started Build Futures and used her business background to get them off the streets, find permanent housing, and help them become self-sufficient.
Carly Yoost co-founded the Child Rescue Coalition, a non-profit organization that develops and provides global technology – at no cost – to help law enforcement officials worldwide rescue children from predators and potential sexual attacks.
Did one of these women’s stories resonate with you? If so, help them make a difference! Visit WomenofWorth.com and cast a vote for your favorite to become our National Honoree and receive an additional $25,000 to help her cause.
Don’t forget – you can vote daily through Oct. 28, 2016!