eve echo

Clean Hands Can Make A Difference
Life is like an ECHO, what you send out comes back #echoeffect @eveechoinc #bestoftheday #beauty #instahub #wordsofwisdom 


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Life is like an ECHO, what you send out comes back #echoeffect @eveechoinc #bestoftheday #beauty #instahub #wordsofwisdom #fashionoffice (Taken with instagram)

Life is like an ECHO, what you send out comes back #echoeffect @eveechoinc #bestoftheday #beauty #instahub #wordsofwisdom 

thefashionoffice:

Life is like an ECHO, what you send out comes back #echoeffect @eveechoinc #bestoftheday #beauty #instahub #wordsofwisdom #fashionoffice (Taken with instagram)

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thefashionoffice:

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thefashionoffice:

Guess who’s on @Pinterest & @Tumblr? @Macys!! Just got a personal invite from the Creative Director which we’re passing straight to you! xxxxoooo

macys:

Calling all PINNERS!

Obsessed with Pinterest? Well, you’re in luck. Now, you can follow Macy’s Official page and discover what’s on the minds of the people who create the magic!

insidefmm:

Charity Has An Echoing Effect: A Conversation With Philanthropist Eve Echo

In New York last month, I sat down with a woman introduced to me by my friend, Ruth Staiman. Her name was Eve Echo. We met at Dean and Deluca to discuss her company’s inspiring mission: to eliminate gender inequality and free women from oppression.

MW: Why Did You Start A Social Conscious Beauty Line?

EE: I wanted to make a difference in the lives of women less fortunate. It’s hard to to get charitable donations from people today; with the openness of the net, it seemed natural to use the line to perpetuate cause support through the almost unconscious act of online purchases.

MW: The term “the Echo effect,” has several connotations. The act of washing our hands with products aimed for good not only give us “clean hands,” so to speak, “but a clean conscious.” Was that intentional?

EE: Absolutely. I wanted to start a line that allowed women to help one another. Helping others is good for our souls, helps us understand that things are worth standing for and believing in and that good Karma. So, every time you clean your hands with their wonderful products, you’re helping women around the world. That’s the very definition of good karma!

MW: How does your process work?

EE: Through our product sales, we lend 100% of our profits to FINCA, an organization that offers low-interest loans to women in impoverished areas to help them start or develop their own businesses. After one year, the original loan, plus interest, is returned to Eve Echo. Then the cycle repeats, allowing us to lend larger amounts of capital to organizations.

To learn more about the products, visit them online. Hand soap, $14, and hand sanitizer, $8-$10, at Eve Echo

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Madam Editor: The Echo Effect

madam-editor:

There is no bond stronger than that of women for other women. And this is the premise that leads me to believe that one day, the world will be ruled according women. But until such a time we have women like Eve Echo Friedman, who is changing the world one clean hand at a time and using…

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