Supporting the mental health of our community, employees, and partners is core to everything we do. By celebrating our uniqueness and making people feel more connected, Rare Beauty aims to reduce the stigma associated with mental health, address the epidemic of chronic loneliness, and help give people access to the resources they need to support their mental well-being.Donate Now
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Understanding mental health and well-being is a lifelong journey.
If you or someone you know is experiencing a mental health crisis, please know there are resources available with trained professionals to support you.
Crisis Text Line
Offering free 24/7 support for those in crisis, all via text. Text HOME to 741741 in the U.S. and Canada to connect with a trained Crisis Counselor. Text HOME to 85258 in the UKLearn More
The Trevor Project
The world’s largest suicide prevention and crisis intervention organization for LGBTQ young people. If you are a young person in crisis, feeling suicidal, or in need of a safe and judgment-free place to talk, call the TrevorLifeline now at 1-866-488-7386.Learn More
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals. Available in English and Spanish. Call 1-800-273-8255.Learn More
United for Global Mental Health
United for Global Mental Health is not a provider of mental health support services or guidance, but they provide national and international helplines where we know they are available.Learn More
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What is the Rare Impact Fund?
The Rare Impact Fund is fiscally sponsored project of the Hopewell Fund, a 501(c)(3) public charity.
Who decides where the funds will be allocated?
Grantmaking is directed by the Rare Impact Fund’s Advisory Board and will be in alignment with our mission to reduce chronic loneliness and to help address gaps in mental health services for underserved communities.
What percentage of donations will go to grantees?
100% of public donations are directed to our grantees.
How soon will the Rare Impact Fund meet its target goal?
We aim to meet our 100 million dollar goal within 10 years.
Who can I contact for more information on the Rare Impact Fund?
You can contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Who should I contact if I am in crisis or need help?
Call the NAMI Helpline at 800-950-NAMI. Or in a crisis, text "NAMI" to 741741.
Rare Beauty Mental Health Council
To help guide our strategy, Rare Beauty also created the Rare Beauty Mental Health Council, comprised of leaders and practitioners from the fields of mental health, philanthropy, entertainment, media, academia, and beauty. Members of the Rare Beauty Mental Health Council Include:
Dr. Marc Brackett, PhD
Founder and Director, Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence; Author, Permission to Feel
Dr. Scott L. Rauch, MD
President and Psychiatrist in Chief for McLean Hospital
Dr. Jane Delgado, PhD, MS
CEO, National Alliance for Hispanic Health
Founder and CEO of Sad Girls Club
National Director, Strategic Partnerships of NAMI
Singer, Songwriter, and Activist
Bestselling author, The Happiness Project
VP Merchandising, Sephora
Global Social Impact, YouTube Mental Health Initiatives
Co-Founder, Bellami, Investor, New Theory Ventures
Assistant Vice President, Mental Health First Aid USA, National Council for Behavioral Health
Lindsay Peoples Wagner
Editor in Chief, Teen Vogue
Mental Health Advocate and CEO of Institute for Advancements in Mental Health (IAM)
We empower our Rare Beauty community to challenge beauty norms by shaping positive conversations about self-acceptance and mental health. Our community is inclusive, welcoming and connected.
You are rare. Join the conversation; join the community. #WeAreRare
"Rare to me means, learning to be okay in my own skin. Being okay with my body regardless of what society deems as beautiful. Wearing my natural hair curl pattern regardless of what society deems as beautiful. I want to be my authentic rare self that I deem as beautiful."@keishlisette
“I am rare because of my imperfections. We are all imperfectly perfect and rare.”@ericaeisenmann
“Rare is represented in me in that I see myself the way I want to be seen, not the image that others may project on me.”@anadeportlandia
“Instead of wishing I was someone else I became the person I wish existed to realize it’s okay to be different, because to be different and own it in a society focused on one definition of beautiful is rare beauty.”@ehhwur
“Let's knock that image of perfection down. No one deserves to feel like they're not worthy of self-love. I want everyone to embrace themselves and love what makes then unique.”@tabatha_lhayes
“I am Rare because I know my worth and I know I have a beautiful story that is unique different and it’s ok to look apart and not look like everyone else.”@lydiaivy_baby
“It’s an amazing feeling to be able to see at least a little bit of yourself in another person, and I think if everyone realizes that we can collectively become more accepting and loving towards one another’s rarity.”@e.laux
“I go against all of the norms, I wear what I want and use makeup and fashion as an outlet to express my identity and sexuality. I believe the idea of going against "all things normal" is what makes me rare.”@orionjuarz