When you’re cleaning out an elderly parent’s home, consider donating your old makeup. Makeup donations make a huge difference for women in need. Even MAC Cosmetics, LUSH, and Wendy Loo make great gifts for those in need.

Listed below are some great ways to donate makeup to charity. Read on to learn more. Then, start looking for new ways to donate makeup today! We hope you find an amazing way to help out a cause!

MAC Cosmetics

Popular beauty brand MAC Cosmetics is making a difference in the world by donating $10 million to fight the coronavirus. The money will help vulnerable communities affected by COVID-19. MAC’s Viva Glam Fund has raised $500 million for various causes and will split the funds between 250 organisations.


This includes emergency food supplies and testing for and treating the coronavirus. MAC has also donated to the AIDS community and has partnered with UNICEF to fund a global HIV/AIDS program.

The company plans to give back to the community in many ways, from donating money to volunteering. MAC employees have made a commitment to give back to the community by volunteering their time and skills to help those in need.

This commitment is part of their ongoing efforts to fight COVID, a global pandemic that has ravaged communities around the world. MAC’s goal is to donate at least $10 million per year to support the efforts of nonprofit organizations working to eradicate this deadly disease.



The anti-trans group A Woman’s Place has called out cosmetics retailer Lush after the company donated PS3,000 ($4,000) to their campaign. Trans activists have accused the organisation of anti-trans behavior – four of their five demands relate to trans rights.

Although Lush’s North American arm distanced itself from the donation, the company insists it remains a staunch supporter of LGBTQ+ rights. Its donation has raised eyebrows among activists, and the company has issued an apology.

The company’s apology to trans people comes amid claims of anti-trans behavior by employees. Speakers have called trans people “horrible” and “misogynistic bastards” and called for a boycott of the brand. Several LGBTQ+ activist groups have called for boycotts of the brand, and the company’s North American arm has distanced itself from the organization’s owners.

Thrive Causemetics

The company is not only committed to giving back to the community, but it also donates its product to help thousands of non-profit organizations around the world. In honor of their fourth anniversary, the company has donated more than $25 million in makeup and skincare products.

Thrive Causemetics has also donated more than $10 million in product and cash to organizations supporting victims of domestic abuse, cancer, and disasters. It also donates to women-owned small businesses and organizations that aid women and children.

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As part of their mission, Thrive Causemetics has donated its makeup and skincare products to nonprofits that support women in need. Founded by a makeup artist and product developer, Thrive Causemetics supports five pillars of women’s issues.

The company was established in a studio apartment in 2015 by Karissa Bodnar, who had recently lost a friend to cancer. Her business has grown from a modest start, with the company donating 1,000 sets of faux lashes and more recently, a monetary donation.

Wendy Loo

If you’ve been a victim of the shaming world of cosmetics, you’re not alone. Many people have faced the same dilemma – where to donate their used makeup? Luckily, there are some ways to make a difference. Wendy Loo has been doing this for several years, and she’s managed to collect thousands of pieces of makeup. You can help her make a difference by donating your old makeup!

Donating your old makeup is easy, and you’ll be doing something nice for someone else, especially if you’re eco-conscious. She works at a mortuary in Alor Setar, Kedah, Malaysia.

She’s also organising a makeup donation campaign for the recently deceased, which has gone viral. Donating your makeup, even if it’s expired, is an amazing way to help a dying person. The organization is accepting donations of makeup until the end of November.


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