Mary J. Blige Announces Charity Collaboration on Oprah

The Oprah Winfrey Show has served as a platform for so many years allowing celebrities and everyday citizens to reach out to the public to support activism and charitable causes. In 2007 Mary J. Blige and music industry executive Steve Stoute founded FFAWN, the Foundation for the Advancement of Women Now, to help all women live up to their potential through scholarships, grants and programs. On Tuesday April 25th, Blige will appear on Oprah to announce her collaboration teaming FFAWN and Carol’s Daughter, a beauty company specializing in natural products, to help support women’s inner beauty.

“The partnership between Carol’s Daughter and FFAWN is a natural fit. In the true spirit of beauty by nature, Carol’s Daughter is proud to support FFAWN in their efforts to empower women and instill confidence. Like FFAWN, Carol’s Daughter believes that true beauty comes from within. With their genuinely natural products, they strive everyday to help women look and feel their most beautiful.” {Talking Makeup}

Oprah herself is no stranger to charity work and most celebrities aren’t either. Halle Berry, Alicia Keys, Shakira, Madonna, and of course the patron saint of charitable celebs, Angelina Jolie are only some of  the celebrities who vocally support charities through performances, products and other means that make use of their fame to help those in need. We think that if you can give, you should give and these celebs and other activists around the world are responsible for making life that much better for those in need. What’s your cause?

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