Back in March, beauty store Sephora closed their store doors and cancelled in-store services in midst of our current pandemic.

Well now, the company is taking it upon themselves to help others during this time by launching a new program titled, Project Care.

The new program’s mission is to give back to hard-working health care workers during the COVID-19 crisis. Through this program, beauty products will be sent to over 65,000 health care workers on the front line. Sephora employees have nominated 500 individuals from all over the country. These 500 people will receive a delivery of 100 kits that includes Sephora Collection skincare products to distribute to their colleagues.

In addition to that, Sephora is donating 15,000 Play! beauty boxes to 150 women’s shelters to aid women who have suffered from domestic violence.

That’s not all, Sephora revealed that on June 1st, they will launch face masks that will retail for $10. 50% of the proceeds made on these masks will be donated to the Stronger Together Fund through Tides.