Over 20,000 L’Oréal employees from 61 countries will participate in the Citizen Day held in their country, dedicating one day to help communities and partner organizations.
During the Citizen Day in all the countries involved, L’Oréal employees will offer their time in over 400 community projects to fulfil the needs expressed by partner charities in five areas: environment, employment, helping people with disabilities, fight against exclusion and intergenerational outreach.
"The mobilization for the Citizen Day is now getting very strong. Dedicating one day to others outside of the company is a great testimony of L'Oréal's values," said Jean-Paul Agon, Chairman and CEO of L’Oréal. "20,000 people during one day can really make a difference."
Citizen Day was launched in 2010 with the aim of embodying L'Oréal's commitment to social responsibility during one day of collective voluntary action by its employees.
Since then, L'Oréal has committed to engaging its employees across the world once a year, every year.
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