• $50,000 Changes Lives in Arizona

    Today’s post is by Doreen Davison, the Development/Communications Manager of A New Leaf. This organization from Mesa, Arizona, received a $20,000 grant and won The Mary Kay Foundation’s Facebook...
  • Be a Team Player

    “ Be a team player. Remember that being a success doesn’t always depend on you alone, but also on the work and achievement of your teammates. Your potential is limited if you try to accomplish...
  • Foundation 2013 Accomplishments

    Mary Kay Foundation 2013 Throughout her life, Mary Kay Ash showed others how to give. She gave hope to women who lacked opportunity. She encouraged others, and she gave financially. I think she would be...
  • A Little Time Equals A Big Difference

    Mary Kay taught us to be a giver, not a getter. Seek for the good in everyone and everything. Do at least one good deed every day -- one that you don’t have to do. I love that. And I loved being...
  • Mary Kay Classic Christmas

    During this Christmas week, I've chosen to republish a portion of Mary Kay's speech titled, Keeping Christmas All Year Round. I'm not sure when she originally gave the speech, but her message...
  • Breakfast With Santa

    Mary Kay Ash loved Christmas. She often urged us to keep the Christmas spirit of giving and love all year round. Therefore, December is a perfect time to host a selling event that also benefits her legacy...
  • Seminar Is Often Where Dreams Begin

    As I watched a video at Seminar 2007 about The Mary Kay Foundation, I began to think about what I could do. I’d done a few successful fundraisers within the community and our local schools. I knew...
  • Tell A Woman!

    When I joined the Company, I remember Mary Kay Ash joking about the three ways to communicate: telegraph, telephone and tell-a-woman. Today, we have so many ways to communicate -- texting, emailing, blogging...
  • Living Mary Kay’s Legacy Everyday

    I’ve had the pleasure of working at Mary Kay since the early 70s and the very good fortune of working directly with Mary Kay Ash for over 20 years. It’s been quite an experience watching the...
  • It's Personal to Me!

    I remember my grandmother hosted Thanksgiving at her house every year. She would invite anyone who didn’t have a place to go to celebrate with us—friends, co-workers. The house was always full...