L’Oréal Singapore donates products to help cancer patients, and shelter for domestic and migrant workers


December 2017 – L’Oréal Singapore has partnered with Bollore Logistics Singapore to donate and deliver nearly 12,000 skincare and haircare products to National Cancer Center Singapore (NCCS) and Humanitarian Organization for Migration Economics (HOME).

L’Oréal Singapore reached out to both philanthropic organizations to provide and transport daily necessity products that would be beneficial to them, while Bollore Logistics sponsored the pick and pack process.

Products donated to NCCS will be for cancer patients, survivors caregivers, staff and volunteers. Dovetailing on SingHealth’s Giving Week from November to December 2017 which encourages giving back to society, staff were treated to L’Oréal Singapore’s skin and haircare products in appreciation for their conscientiousness in caring for their patients, and also to celebrate life and the friendship forged in the fight against cancer. Paying it forward, staff members at NCCS made donations to the Community Cancer Fund to help needy patients pay for their treatment expenses. 

Products donated to HOME went to migrant and domestic workers in Singapore who face problems such as mistreatment and abuse, and the shelter services provide a place of refuge and social support for those who have suffered or have been trafficked. At the shelter, these hair and body wash products are a daily necessity, and take a huge burden off the expenses needed to run the shelters.

Bollore Singapore Managing Director Frederic Marcerou said, “Bollore Logistics Singapore teams are proud to be included in this meaningful cause”. “We are greatly supportive and happy that we can contribute our L’Oréal and Garnier products to assist NCCS and HOME’s causes”, said Supasita Kraisri, General Manager of L’Oréal Singapore Consumer Products.

“It is very close to our hearts to be a supporting light to these causes and provide encouragement and care in practical ways”, shared Isabelle Lim, Corporate Communications Director of L’Oréal Singapore.