The Blessed Moon and their continuous growth
Cosmetic brand 'The Blessed Moon (CEO Eun-bin Moon)' announced that they have once again donated for 'School Construction' in Kota, India.
Through the 'Blessed Moon Kit', 'Floppy Lip Tint', 'Vita Kit', and 'Like A Shadow' projects that were held at the crowdfunding site Wadiz for a year, ‘The Blessed Moon’ donated about 10 million won in valuable funding with their supporters.
The Blessed Moon has made two donations in a year following the last donation of 10 million won. The donation will be used for the construction of schools in Kota, India, where the educational environment is the worst, along with World Vision, and through this donation, a total of three things are expected of the changes that will come to children in the Kota area. .
They are working towards implementing three major changes. First, “environmental change” can be expected. Six classrooms will be built in three schools and a child protection system and summer school will be implemented. Then “teacher & parent change” will occur by creating a teacher and parent network and parent-teacher committee, and build mutual understandings. Lastly, there is a “content change” that provides textbooks tailored to the community and an effective language education curriculum.
Blessed Moon official said, “We decided to make this donation for children who are desperate and are still unable to read and write properly in a developing country, such as the case of the Malawi Kanamwari School and the Ethiopia literacy improvement project. We sincerely thank all the supporters, and we will continue to communicate and serve in the underprivileged areas, and we will become a 'Bless Moon' and The Bless Moon' will take the lead.”
Blessed Moon, which is delivering news of donations, and is growing into a company with more than 30 employees, with the number of employees increasing more than five times over the past year. Overseas, the company signed an exclusive contract with Japan for “Like a Fluffy Lip Tint,” including a crowdfunding company called “Wadiz,” which sold out products for sale.
In addition, by signing a contract with the largest distributor in Spain, major retailers such as Douglas, ICI Paris, A.S Watsons Group, Sephora EU, and Selfridges UK, as well as contracts to enter a total of 7 countries including Europe, Spain, France, Germany, Britain, Italy, and Belgium, are also active overseas.
Source: Gonggam Shinmun (http://www.gokorea.kr)