Tiffany Panhilason and Mentari have also recently partnered with JUARA Skincare and launched an exclusive skincare collection to educate on and support survivors of human trafficking and domestic violence affected by COVID-19.

NEW YORK, NY, May 27, 2020 /24-7PressRelease/ — For #GivingTuesday, actress Tiffany Panhilason teamed up with Mentari USA and dropped off warm cooked food for frontliners at Elmhurst Health Hospital in Queens, NY which is the epicenter right now in NY. She and Mentari USA also donated food and essential supplies for the immune compromised, elderly, and Human Trafficking & Domestic Violence Survivors.

Tiffany Panhilason and Mentari have also recently partnered with JUARA Skincare and launched an exclusive skincare collection to educate on and support survivors of human trafficking and domestic violence affected by COVID-19.

For the month of May, they have donated 15% of all sales of products included in the collection to the Mentari Foundation. Mentari USA is an organization who mentors and empowers survivors of violence, abuse, exploitation, and trafficking. Mentari’s mission is to bring survivors back into the community and thrive independently. In addition to a percentage of sales, JUARA also donated its best-selling Candlenut Body Creme and skin-nourishing Candlenut Soap Bars to Mentari clients, the survivors.

The Mentari Collection is a hand-picked selection of their sensuous and effective products that not only bring the skin back to its healthy glow but also imparts a sense of relaxation and joy reminiscent of a delightful vacation in the tropics. Perfect for these times at home, these products turn an ordinary skincare routine into a memorable beauty ritual, bringing the soothing, self-care spa to you.

ABOUT MENTARI:

Mentari works to empower survivors of violence, abuse, exploitation, and trafficking. Their mission is to bring survivors back into the community and thrive independently through training and placement for employment, counseling, advocacy and mentorship. 90% of their survivors who go through Mentari’s program find employment and can re-integrate into society as confident, healthy individuals, and still remain connected to the Mentari family. Tiffany Panhilason and Shandra Woworuntu are passionate about making a difference in the survivors’ lives, who reside in New York, Los Angeles, and all across the world. For more information, please www.mentariusa.org


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