The youngest Kardashian/Jenner sister, Kylie Jenner has made good raising half a million dollars for charity through her cosmetics company. Get more details…
Kylie Jenner put her fame and cosmetics company to a good cause the help bring smiles to benefited Smile Train charity to the tune of $500,000 funding 1,800 surgeries.
The KUWTK sister recently launched her own pop-up cosmetics store – donated 100 per cent of the proceeds of sales to the charity. The monies were to supports free cleft palate surgery for millions of children around the world.
“Smile Train has been aware of Kylie’s generous heart and her commitment to helping children through her #IAmMoreThan social media campaign and her many visits to children’s hospitals.”
“It’s the perfect synergy because Smile Train’s core vision is to help children with clefts not only receive new smiles, but also build confidence. There’s nothing more powerful than a smile.”
“Kylie has a beautiful smile herself, yet we were most impressed with her selflessness, huge heart and extremely generous giving spirit. Everyone here at Smile Train, and all of the cleft children around the world that she has helped, couldn’t be more grateful.”
Kylie donated $159,500, after writing on Instagram:
“I’m very excited to reveal SMILE, a beautiful pale pink shade that I created in partnership with @smiletrain for #WorldSmileDay 100% of net proceeds will go towards cleft surgery for children in the developing world and I will be presenting a check to them personally. Let’s do this October 3rd at 11am pst. @kyliecosmetics”
She relaunched the shade in January, and raised an additional $300,000. That is pretty awesome of Kylie.
Over the weekend, Kylie Jenner debuted a blonde platinum wig over the weekend, teasing that she’s working on a forthcoming ‘secret project’.
According to Forbes, the teenager made a whopping $18 million in 2016 alone.