Glossier for Good invests in entrepreneurs and nonprofits expanding the definition of beauty with their products, programs, and initiatives.
- Through our projects, including The Glossier Grant Program and charitable Glossier Goods, we’re giving underrepresented founders and communities the resources they need to take their work to the next level.
- The Glossier Grant Program invests in Black beauty entrepreneurs to address legacies of inequity, exclusion, and barriers to fundraising.
- Each retail store has merchandise benefiting a local nonprofit that supports entrepreneurs and youth, particularly women and people of color. In under 2 years, we’ve raised over $200,000 for those partners.
We’ve invested over $1.1m towards visionary Black entrepreneurs in beauty. And we’re just getting started.
- Since 2020, we’ve partnered with 30+ founders leading 26 innovative beauty brands, sharing grant funding, curated business programming, resources and time.
- We’re thrilled to expand this program to the UK in partnership with Black Girl Fest—learn more here.
- We have just announced our third cohort of Glossier Grantees — learn more about them here!
Learn about the community organizations.
$5 (or your currency equivalent) of every local merch purchase benefits a community organization.
Ventures is a Seattle non-profit that provides access to business training, capital, coaching, and hands-on learning opportunities for entrepreneurs across Washington State with limited resources and unlimited potential.
New Economics for Women’s (NEW) Women’s Business Center (WBC) provides women entrepreneurs, particularly women of color and immigrant entrepreneurs across Los Angeles County, the resources they need to actualize their dreams of economic independence.
Hatch Enterprise is an organization dedicated to helping underrepresented entrepreneurs across the UK launch and grow successful businesses that have a positive, lasting impact on their communities.
Radical Partners is a social impact accelerator in Miami investing in leaders, engaging locals, and building coalitions to strengthen communities.
Build Metro DC is a non-profit organization that works with youth in under-resourced communities to build career success, entrepreneurial mindsets, and opportunity.
The Women’s Entrepreneurial Opportunity Project, Inc. (WEOP) fosters the economic advancement of women of color in Atlanta who are self-employed and small business owners through education, resources, and professional networks.
Women’s Business Enterprise Center East (WBEC East) is an organization that advocates for women entrepreneurs in Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Southern New Jersey.
Sadie Nash Leadership Project is a NYC nonprofit whose mission is to strengthen, empower, and equip young women and gender-expansive youth of color as agents for change in their lives and in the world.
Artists For Humanity (AFH) provides under-resourced teens in Boston the keys to self-sufficiency through paid employment in art and design.
The Gray Matter Experience is a Chicago-based organization aimed at empowering young Black entrepreneurs and create a future where all Black youth are empowered to become leaders and innovators.
- Glossier’s retail locations are spaces for our community to gather and connect through conversation. We have all kinds of programming ranging from events with the Black Beauty Club in New York, to hosting Boston-based podcaster Ali on the Run, and the London mother’s group, Orbit.
- We want our team to get involved with the causes that matter to them. That’s where our employee volunteer program, Smile Wave, comes in. All of our team members in retail and corporate get time off to support the organizations and causes they care most about.
- Additional partners we’ve given financial and in-kind donations to include LES Girls Club, Trans Defense Fund LA, and Project Glimmer.