Corporate Citizenship

For more than 25 years, Revlon and its chairman, Ronald O. Perelman, have proudly supported women’s health initiatives, including donating over $150 million in combined contributions to benefit an array of causes to eradicate women's cancers, improve reproductive and pre-natal medicine, support victims of domestic violence and combat women's heart disease.

Revlon’s most widely-recognized charitable programs over time have included the Revlon Run/Walk for Women, founded in 1994 in partnership with the Entertainment Industry Foundation, which raised and distributed more than $70 million to women’s cancer research and support programs; the Revlon Million Dollar Challenge which used a unique crowd-sourcing fundraising platform to benefit causes focused on advancing women's health issues, raising more than $10 million over two years; and The Love Project, a social media campaign designed to spread love, understanding and tolerance with supported charities that aim to do the same.

Believing in both the business and societal benefits of employee volunteering programs, which can effectively increase organizational commitment, boost productivity, enhance retention and achieve social and environmental goals, the Company launched in 2018, an Employee Volunteer Program (EVP) which provides each full time U.S. employee with eight hours of time to engage in community service. Our aim is to expand this program around the world in order to meet a wide variety of local needs.