About Georgia Belle Beauty
Georgia Belle Beauty believes that makeup should enhance your natural and authentic self, while empowering you to do good. For every product purchased, GBB will donate $2 to the Alliance for Children's Rights, an organization that protects the rights of impoverished, abused and neglected children and youth.
GBB's products are paraben & cruelty free and use no harsh chemicals and/or dyes.
About Alliance for Children's Rights
Did you know that every year over 250,000 children get placed into foster care programs, for reasons including neglect, violence, and drug abuse within the home?
The Alliance for Children’s Rights protects the rights of impoverished, abused and neglected children and youth. By providing free legal services, advocacy, and programs that create pathways to jobs and education, the Alliance levels the playing field and ensures that children who have experienced foster care are able to fulfill their potential.
Since 1992, they have served 150,000 children. Their efforts are focused in three main areas:
- Free legal services and advocacy for children in foster care
- Training and education for those who work with or care for these children
- System-wide reform to change policies to improve children’s lives
In the past year, Alliance for Children's Rights has:
- Nearly 500 adoptions were finalized for children of all ages.
- 508 children were stabilized in families through legal guardianship.
- 250 children ages 0-5 accessed child care and development services.
- Advocated for more than 500 students in foster care with their attorneys
- 75% of their education clients are now on track for high school graduation.
- 1,357 families received benefits and healthcare for children in foster care.
- Served 112 child victims of sex trafficking.
- Helped 341 youth obtain healthcare, housing, education & jobs.
- Provided workforce training and employment to 528 foster youth.
- KnowB4UGo campaign reached over 5,000 youth who are aging out.
Georgia Belle Pulier
Inspired by a long generational line of entrepreneurs, Georgia Belle Pulier not only wanted to start her own company, but she wanted to make a difference in the world while doing it. As a Los Angeles native, her time spent in other parts of the globe inspired her social good component, especially after seeing so many children in need of homes. At age 16, Georgia wants to make sure people everywhere have the ability to look good, feel good and do good.