L’Oréal Paris Celebrates 2023 Women of Worth

On November 16th, L’Oréal Paris Women of Worth hosted its annual celebration event at NeueHouse Hollywood in Los Angeles with a lineup of spokespeople including Camila Cabello, Eva Longoria, Andie MacDowell, Helen Mirren, Aja Naomi King, and more to recognize the 2023 honoree class.
For the second year and in partnership with Warner Bros. Discovery’s Courageous Studios, the in-person celebration can be streamed from home beginning on December 5 online. The celebration showcases the inspiring stories of the 10 honorees and shines a light on the pressing issues their organizations serve including climate action, gender equality, quality education, and more.
“Women’s empowerment continues to be an essential mission of our brand,” said L’Oréal Paris USA President, Ali Goldstein. “As we approach two decades of this impactful program, we are honored to once again champion 10 women uplifting their communities through service. These women showcase resilience, courage, and strength, and embody our iconic tagline ‘Because you’re worth it.'”
The 2023 honorees and their non-profits include:

  • High school student and Founder of Rise N Shine Foundation, Shrusti Amula (Clarksburg, MD)

  • Founder and Chief Visionary Officer of Tools & Tiaras, Inc. Judaline Cassidy (New York, NY)

  • Founder & Chairwoman of Twilight Wish Foundation, Cass Forkin (Jamison, PA)

  • Activist, Founder and Executive Director of Climate Cardinals, Sophia Kianni (McLean, VA)

  • Co-Founder and Executive Director of Yes We Can World Foundation, Estefanía Rebellón (Burbank, CA)

  • Co-Founder and President of Possibilities of Free2Luv, Tonya Sandis (Seattle, WA)

  • Founder and Executive Director of Kits to Heart, Sonia Su (Columbia, MD)

  • Founder and Director of Sahiyo U.S., Mariya Taher (Cambridge, MA)

  • Co-Founder and President of 16 Strong Project, Samantha Wettje (Bardonia, NY)

  • Co-Founder and Executive Director of Disability EmpowHer Network, Stephanie Woodward (Rochester, NY)

Revisit last year’s honorees.
Each honoree received a $25,000 grant through L’Oréal Paris’ intermediary grantmaker, GlobalGiving for their non-profit organizations, mentorship from the L’Oréal Paris network and a national platform to share their stories and missions with the world.
L’Oréal Paris has also created a way to continue to support these critical causes. In partnership with GlobalGiving, the brand established the L’Oréal Paris Women of Worth Fund, which encouraged donations benefitting all 10 of this year’s honorees.

Nominations are Open for 2024

In partnership with Points of Light, a global nonprofit organization that inspires, equips and mobilizes millions of people to take action that changes the world, nominations are open for the class of 2024 honorees now through International Women’s Day on March 8, 2024. Nominate a woman you know for their chance to receive up to $25,000 for their organization, a national platform to tell their stories and an opportunity to build a network that amplifies their causes.

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