At Silver Mirror, we are just as passionate about positive change in the world as we are about skincare.
We have a special passion for education, healthcare and women’s economic development opportunities. Each season we partner with a different non-profit to direct a portion of proceeds of our Seasonal Facials to those in need.
This summer we are proud to be partnering with City Year to offer our Experience Summer facial.
Please stop by Silver Mirror to try out this timely facial and help support our incredible non-profit partner Experience Camps.
Experience Camps provides boys and girls whose parent, sibling or other significant person has died with a program that helps build confidence, encourage laughter, and navigate their grief through friendship, teamwork, athletics, and the common bond of loss.
Experience Camps helps grieving children know they’re not alone by providing opportunities for them to connect through their shared experiences and understand. Through one-week summer camp programs in Maine, New York, California, and Georgia, Experience Camps develops a platform for children to share their stories, remember the person who died, and find a healthy emotional balance throughout their grief journeys.
Experience Camps by the Numbers
- In 2017, we will have over 450 campers at camps in Maine, California, Georgia, and New York.
- There are 200+ volunteer camp counselors
- More than 80% of eligible campers return each summer
- We’ve averaged a 44% growth rate in camper numbers over the last 4 years.
- 2% of campers have experienced multiple death-losses.
To support and learn more about Experience Camps, please go to: http://www.experience.camp
Our first seasonal facial was the Summer of Women. A portion of the proceeds of the Summer of Women went to Women’s World Banking whose mission is to provide more low-income women with access to the financial tools and resources they require need to build security and prosperity. Learn more about Women’s World Banking at
Our second seasonal facial was the Winter Skin Fix. A portion of the proceeds of the Winter Skin Fix went to City Year, an education-focused non-profit that partners with at-risk public schools to help bridge the gap between what their students need and what the schools are designed to provide. Learn more about City Year at