SkinStore.com Announces Sacramento Area Charitable Grant Program
(PR Web Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Gold River, CA (PRWEB) March 02, 2014
As part of their Giving Back program, SkinStore.com, an international e-commerce specialty retailer providing scientifically sound solutions for healthy skin, is now accepting applications to award grant monies to organizations offering resources to disadvantaged children and adults in the Sacramento area.
More than a third of Californians living at or below the poverty level are 18 or younger. SkinStore.com sees an opportunity to make a difference in their own community by offering grants to fund programs that support those in need.
SkinStore.com has been part of the online retailer drugstore.com (Bellevue, WA) family since 2010. Embracing the drugstore.com Foundation’s mission to serve “Basic Needs and Healthy Starts” in the areas in which drugstore has physical operations (Bellevue, Washington, Gold River, California and Swedesboro, New Jersey), SkinStore will focus on organizations that provide support, enable self-sufficiency and work to improve the lives of children and adults. SkinStore will accept grant applications through April 30, with the final decision to award the monies to be made by the end of May.
Steve Brown, President of SkinStore.com, said, “Our Giving Back program allows us to make a difference right here, where we live and work. By making our grant available locally, we will see the results first hand.”
Interested organizations may print this form, fill it out completely and mail it to
SkinStore.com Giving Back Program
11344 Coloma Rd., Ste. 725
Gold River, CA 95670
The Gold River (Sacramento), California Employee Giving Committee will be responsible for reviewing applicants and recommending dispersal of funds.
Physician-founded in 1997, SkinStore.com carries over 300 premium brands of skin care and beauty products. One of the nation’s largest specialty retailers, SkinStore.com offers its customers free online consultation in product selection and application from its panel of licensed estheticians. A wholly owned subsidiary of drugstore.com, the “Basic Needs and Healthy Starts” program is part of the drugstore.com Foundation’s program for community support. SkinStore.com is headquartered in Gold River (Sacramento), California with enterprises in Sydney, Australia and affiliates in Hangzhou, China.
Denise McDonald, Content & Production Manager
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