The Ordinary donates $100,000 to help Inuit communities live sustainably

By Amanda Pauley | Published: 23-Nov-2022

The skin care brand has celebrated its involvement in the renewable energy project in Labrador, Canada, in short film The Smiling Sun

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The Ordinary has partnered with Canada's Inuit leaders as part of its latest sustainability campaign. 

The Canadian skin care brand has donated US$100,000 towards a solar panel installation project, which will generate ‘clean’ energy for five areas in the Labrador region.

The aim, in partnership with the Nunatsiavut Government, is to create a more sustainable future for remote indigenous communities living in Nain, Hopedale, Makkovik, Postville and Rigolet.

"We made this donation because we believe in extending a positive impact into diverse communities of Canada and Turtle Island," Kankam, Senior Director of Sustainability and Social Impact at Deciem, the maker of The Ordinary, told Cosmetics Business

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