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We know that when a person has a skillset they carry in their hands, they have the opportunity to own their future. Dermalogica founder Jane Wurwand learned this as a child when her mum was suddenly widowed and financially responsible for her household. And we see this today through the thousands of skin therapists we train every year.  That’s why, as part of our commitment to empowering skin therapists to unleash their potential, we support professional grade skillset training in underserved communities worldwide. 

learn more about our partners

Banksia Academy 

We support women survivors of domestic and family violence in their recovery and re-building across two pillars - Return to Work and Thrive atWork. The Academy up-skills, re-skills and delivers wrap aroundsupport to women survivorsthrough Australia's firstvirtual Hub focused on recovery and financialindependence. It is often the beginning of their pathway to meaningfulemployment and careers in the digital economy. 

Success Works 

Transforms the lives of women affected by the criminal justice system, by providing them with employability skills and empowering them to present themselves to an employer who sees their skills and potential and not the criminal record. They break down the barriers to employment for women with a criminal record through employer engagement, training and advocating for change.