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Margot and Elizabeth Grant support Wear White for WindfallJanuary 28th is WW4W Day, when Torontonians are asked to wear something white and donate $4 to raise awareness about poverty. WW4W, or “Wear White for Windfall” refers to a registered charity called Windfall Clothing Service, Canada‘s only new-clothing and basic-needs bank. It distributes unused garments and other necessities free of charge to Toronto’s neediest citizens through partnerships with 90 social service agencies.

 
Throughout January, fundraising initiatives take place around the city to raise money in support of the WW4W campaign. Elizabeth Grant International has made a month-long commitment to the vital cause. It’s donating 50 percent of the proceeds from its January sales of its Finishing Touch Make-Up Primer.
 
Elizabeth Grant Finishing TouchCelebrities and Hollywood make-up artists adore this primer. It helps you achieve a porcelain-finish and a healthy fresh glow. Kim Kardashian, Rosario Dawson, Natasha Beddingfield, Haylie Duff, and Jessica Biel are fans. Now you can try this fabulous product and help a fabulous cause too. Don’t miss our review next week of this amazing product. It is one of the best we have seen!
 
"No one grows up dreaming of living on the streets, and that is why we give back,” says Margot Grant, Public Relations and Marketing Manager of Elizabeth Grant International. “This is the third consecutive year that Elizabeth Grant Skin Care has taken part in the WW4W campaign and we are proud to help raise funds and awareness about Windfall’s anti-poverty work."
 
New clothing and a helping hand are essential to the self-esteem of those facing tough times. Please support this important initiative.
 
 
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