Posts Tagged ‘HSN Cares’

HSN Holiday Pinterest Contest Will Donate Funds To St. Jude Hospital

November 30, 2012

HSN has an interesting promotion going for the holidays, one that will benefit St. Jude’s Hospital.

In a press release, the home shopping network said it is giving aspiring interior decorators a chance to give back this holiday season with the “Pin to Give: Deck the Halls for St. Jude” Pinterest campaign.

Pinterest users will search for, pin, and share their favorite holiday decor ideas. For every eligible board submitted to, $1 will be donated by HSN Cares to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

“HSN has been a trusted partner to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital for the past six years under the HSN Cares philanthropic program which is committed to supporting women and families in need through raising funds for global causes,” our buddy Bill Brand, HSN’s executive vice president of programming, marketing and business development said in a canned statement.

“This new campaign gives Pinterest users a chance to give back to a wonderful organization this holiday season and we are honored to continue to raise awareness and funds with this supporting campaign.”

Starting today and running through Dec. 31, pinners will be asked to follow HSN on Pinterest and submit their “Deck the Halls for St. Jude” pin board by picking eight items – at least two items from HSN’s own “Deck the Halls for St. Jude” pin board and the rest of their Holiday decor ideas from anywhere on the Web.

You have to tag boards with #HSN and #StJude. Boards must be submitted to by Dec. 31 at 11:59 p.m. ET.

Over the past six years HSN Cares has raised more than $6 million in donations for the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

The company kicked off its 2012 holiday shopping season with the return of its heART HSN 2012 Designer Ornament Collection, a compilation of beautiful, limited-edition designer ornaments, personally designed by over 40 HSN partners including Iris Apfel, Queen Latifah, Kate Walsh, Tori Spelling, Deborah Lippmann, Martha Stewart, Emeril Lagasse and many others.

These ornaments are available exclusively on HSN, and via HSN Mobile. For ornaments purchased through Jan. 31, 100 percent of the profits – no less than 30 percent of the purchase price of each ornament – will be donated to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

For more information about the HSN Cares “Pin to Give: Deck the Halls for St. Jude” Pinterest campaign please visit or join the conversation @HSN on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.

HSN Partners With ‘Look Good…Feel Better’ Charity For Cancer Patients

June 9, 2011

HSN Cares, HSN’s charitable campaign, has partnered with Look Good…Feel Better, a free, non-medical, brand-neutral, national public service program that helps women with cancer manage their treatment and recovery with renewed spirit and greater confidence.

Through the program, volunteer beauty professionals teach cancer patients easy and effective techniques to help manage appearance side effects of their treatment.

In partnership with Look Good…Feel Better, HSN will host three on-air events in June featuring 10 beauty brands and will donate $5 for every product sold to the Personal Care Products Council Foundation to benefit the Look Good…Feel Better program. In addition, HSN customers will have the opportunity to support the event through individual contributions on

The beauty brands participating in the three charitable beauty events to benefit Look Good…Feel Better include: Clean, Fusion Beauty, Ready To Wear, and Stila on June 9; Elizabeth Arden, Benefit Cosmetics, and YBF on June 16; and Couture Color, Elysee Cosmetics, and Korres on June 23.

The contributions of HSN and the participating beauty brands will help support Look Good…Feel Better’s nationwide, free services, including group workshops in thousands of locations across the country; one-on-one consultations; self-help materials; and an interactive website.

The program is open to all women with cancer who are receiving any form of treatment. Each year, 50,000 women participate in more than 14,500 group workshops, and since the program began, 750,000 women have been helped.

There is also a program and comprehensive website for teens with cancer, and information and a website for men with cancer.