Mary Kay Helping Domestic Abuse Victims At Cambridge Transition House

After driving their signature pink Cadillacs to the Statehouse this week to advocate for domestic violence victims, representatives from Mary Kay cosmetics headed to Cambridge Friday to help the Transition House plant its garden.

The Texas-based skin care and cosmetic company has recently partnered with the Arbor Day Foundation to provide a grant to fund a garden for nature classes to be taken by domestic violence victims at the Transition House as they recover and work to get back on their feet.

Anne Crews, the vice president of government relations for Mary Kay, said Friday that the garden is just one of the grants the company is supplying to domestic abuse shelters in Cambridge and around the country.

Crews along with other Mary Kay representatives visited the Statehouse in Boston Thursday to advocate for sexual and domestic violence survivors, and to emphasize the need to fund programs for the victims.

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