Kiehl’s has supported Terrence Higgins Trust since 2003 and over the years we have worked together on a range of initiatives aimed at raising money to support people living with HIV.
In 2005 Kiehl’s donated 100 per cent of the proceeds from sales of its Lip Balm #1 and in 2007 the company again supported Terrence Higgins Trust by donating 100 per cent of the proceeds from their Grapefruit Hand and Body Cleanser.
In 2008, celebrity supporters Tamara Beckwith, Allegra Hicks, Mathew Horne, David James, Petra Nemcova and Gail Porter created fantastic designs for Kiehl’s canvas bags to communicate what ‘beautiful’ means to them. Mathew Horne’s design was sold exclusively in Selfridges for World AIDS Day and Allegra Hicks’s bag was available at all Kiehl’s stores across the UK during December. One hundred per cent of the profits from each bag sold was donated to Terrence Higgins Trust.
Most recently, Kiehl’s has supported Terrence Higgins Trust by contributing gifts-in-kind. James Rickards, General Manager of Kiehl’s UK, says: 'We at Kiehl’s are so proud to be supporting Terrence Higgins Trust who do such honorable work supporting and assisting people who really need them.'