MAC Team Wins Howard University's 21st Century Advantage Program's Top Honor


For the fourth consecutive year in a row, M·A·C was proud to participate in Howard University’s 21st Century Advantage Program (21 CAP). This innovative, nationally recognized program gives business students at Howard University the opportunity to enhance their foundational business and professional development skills through hand-on business experience at participating employers.

UNICEF and MAC Viva Glam Boost Efforts to Fight HIV/AIDS

By Rosemary Feitelberg

AIDS remains the leading cause of death of women of reproductive age.

Strengthening a 19-year partnership with UNICEF, MAC Viva Glam is donating $1.5 million to the organization’s work that helps women and children. They have ramped up efforts to continue to help reduce the transmission of HIV from mothers to babies and the stigma associated with the disease.

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MAC VIVA GLAM Honors Mother's Day With New $1,500,000 USD Donation to UNICEF's Work Aiding Women and Children

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April 28, 2022 /3BL Media/ - In honour of Mother’s Day on May 8, MAC Cosmetics is proud to announce that its philanthropic Lipstick campaign, MAC VIVA GLAM, will donate $1,500,000 USD to continue supporting UNICEF’s mission of ensuring that all mothers and children, as well as members of the LGBTIQ+ community globally, can access life-saving HIV prevention,

MAC Cosmetics Celebrates Transgender Day of Visibility 2022

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MAC is proud to be a place where LGBTQIA+ people have been welcomed since day one to express their creativity, play with colour and be their true selves – and we are committed to continuing this legacy in all that we do.

MAC Cosmetics Drops Its First-Ever NFTs With the Keith Haring Foundation

Digital collectibles that aim to support HIV/AIDS organizations.

MAC Cosmetics is foraying into the metaverse with its first-ever NFT collection created in partnership with the Keith Haring Foundation.

Mac Cosmetics' First NFT Links With HIV/Aids Awareness

By Maliha Shoaib

An NFT collection from Mac is being launched to mark America’s National Youth HIV/Aids Awareness Day, inspired by the brand’s collaboration with the Keith Haring Foundation.

The list of brands launching NFTs lengthens by the week. The latest name on board is Mac Cosmetics, which is launching its first NFT in collaboration with the Keith Haring Foundation, in support of America’s National Youth HIV/Aids Awareness Day on 10 April.

MAC Cosmetics Partners With The Keith Haring Foundation to Launch First-Ever NFT Collection

Limited-edition VIVA GLAM x Keith Haring NFTs will mint on National Youth HIV/AIDS Awareness Day to support healthy futures and equal rights for all

In honor of National Youth HIV/AIDS Awareness Day on April 10, M·A·C Cosmetics has created its first-ever NFT collection featuring the work of the late iconic artist and activist, Keith Haring. Available from April 10 to June 1, 2022, 100% of the purchase price from primary sales of the VIVA GLAM x Keith Haring NFT collection will be donated to the M·A·C VIVA GLAM Fund to support youth impacted by HIV/AIDS and 2.5% of the purchase price from all secondary sales on OpenSea will go to The Keith Haring Foundation.

Celebrate International Women's Day With MAC VIVA GLAM

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Celebrate International Women’s Day the MAC way with the Lipstick that gives back 100%! MAC VIVA GLAM partners with local organizations to fight for equal rights and healthy futures for women and girls. Every cent of the selling price of MAC VIVA GLAM Lipstick is donated to local organizations that support the health and rights of women and girls, the LGBTQIA+ community and those living with or affected by HIV/AIDS all year round. Meet a few of our grantees and learn more about how we’re helping those in need 365 days a year: 

M·A·C Cosmetics Launches Back-to-M·A·C Recycling Program in Germany, Norway, Greece & Czech Republic


M·A·C Cosmetics’ has expanded its pioneer Back-to-M·A·C takeback program to Germany, Norway, Greece and the Czech Republic to further its commitment to reducing the environmental impact of its packaging.

Due to the multipart – and in most cases, multi-material – nature of cosmetics products in addition to their small sizes, most cosmetic product packaging is not widely accepted at recycling plants in most cities around the world. Hence, it is not easy for consumers to know how and where to dispose of their makeup empties. 


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