Social Impact

Your skin absorbs our all-natural products in a minute, but Beurre's impact lasts way after your skincare routine is done. We are committed to progress and have supported the following health and social advocacy organizations to move the change we want to see in the world.


They Often Cry Outreach is a U.S. based 501(c)(3) not for profit children's charity founded by Goodwill Ambassador, reggae artist and humanitarian Taj Weekes and our founder, Shirley Menard.  TOCO's mission is to raise awareness and address the issues that affect Caribbean youth through comprehensive projects and initiatives ranging from sports programs, a diabetes awareness, a domestic violence awareness campaign, animal rights awareness, and artistic programs.

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In support of CRI, we will be donating 25% of proceeds from the sale of Beurre Shea Butter Lavender Body Cream year round.  Our Shea Butter Lavender Body Cream is one of the best creams to support those undergoing cancer treatments. One of the side effects of chemotherapy treatment is the impact it has on the skin's natural moisture. Chemo results in dry, itchy, flaky skin that cause irritation and affect the growth of skin cells.

Lavender is commonly used as an herbal remedy to improve mood and as a sleep aid. It reduces anxiety, depression and pain, and improves sleep.

The Cancer Research Institute (CRI) funds breakthrough cancer research and cures for cancers of all kinds. CRI's commitment to breast cancer research and breast cancer immunotherapy goes back nearly four decades, when they first began to fund a coalition of physicians and surgeons from over 15 medical institutions working together to develop a coordinated breast cancer diagnosis and treatment program.

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COCAD is a 501(c)(3) not for profit organization that offers microloans to those women struggling to overcome poverty in Haiti and the Dominican Republic.  Its mission is “to be a welcoming and nurturing organization committed to helping people grow, empowering the disadvantaged Haitian women through self-help projects and employment opportunities allowing them to become a real force for change in their communities.”  They work within Haiti to be the best network of assistance to help the disadvantaged Haitian women help themselves through projects and programs of their own priorities, contributing so, to eliminate hunger and poverty in their communities.

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The Harlem Junior Tennis and Education Program (HJTEP)

The Harlem Junior Tennis and Education Program (HJTEP), a not-for-profit organization, opens a new door for many inner-city boys and girls, ages 7-18, to learn the game of tennis. They enroll about 800 students during the school year and 150-300 in our summer program.

HJTEP brings tennis to youth from high-risk, low-income inner-city neighborhoods and offers opportunities for self-development, emphasizing education and a positive code of behavior.

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