Dove believes beauty should be a source of confidence, not anxiety. Girls are listening – women just need to start the conversation. A simple act, such as starting a conversation about beauty, can make a world of difference. Dove is committed to inspiring all women and girls to reach their full potential. The Dove Movement for Self-Esteem opens up a world of opportunities for women to make a difference.
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This Friday, October 5, local members of Girls Scouts of the U.S.A., Girls Inc., and Boys & Girls Clubs of America in a march to Times Square to start a national conversation on girls’ self-esteem. The march kicks off the third annual Dove Self-Esteem Weekend, a nationwide effort to raise awareness for the need to help girls develop a positive relationship with beauty.
Dove research has found that 72 percent of girls feel tremendous pressure to be beautiful and only 11 percent of girls are comfortable using the word beautiful to describe themselves. The Dove Self-Esteem Weekend aims to spark a national conversation about improving girls’ self-esteem. “Let’s Talk” is the theme of this year’s Self-Esteem Weekend which embodies Dove’s belief that helping girls build self-esteem starts with a conversation.
The march to Times Square is meant to reflect the experience of moms and mentors who have to break through the noise and distractions to reach girls with a word of encouragement. The brand is unveiling an installation for moms and girls to start talking about beauty and self-esteem.
has the opportunity to make a difference in a girl’s self-esteem
Dove invites women across the
U.S. to participate in the Dove Self-Esteem Weekend, taking place October
5-7 nationwide: Vive Mejor Main Site
More than half of girls globally say their mother is their
number one female role model.
A simple act, such as starting a conversation about beauty,
can make a world of difference
The Dove Movement for Self-Esteem opens up a world of
opportunities for women to make a difference
Visit Vivemejor.com to access free tools to
motivate and inspire a girl in your life
- Girls are listening – women just need to start the conversation
partner organizations will host events nationwide
stores will have designated areas within the store where visitors can
share a message of encouragement to girls
Kroeger Co. will host a self-esteem event in Cincinnati for local
members of Boys & Girls Clubs
· Dove has reached over 9 million girls with self-esteem programming so
the “Let’s Talk” Toolkit
A discussion guide developed by Dove Global Self-Esteem Ambassador
Jess Weiner to help moms and mentors start a conversation on beauty and
Visit Dove.com to learn more about
our partners Girl Scouts, Girls Inc, and Boys & Girls Clubs of America
and with your help we can reach our
goal of 15 million by 2015
This is a sponsored post in collaboration with Dove and Latina Bloggers Connect